New high-performance kitchen equipment will play a key role in a plan by O’Charley’s Inc. to make its restaurants more competitive in the casual-dining segment. A move to induction cookers, clamshell griddles, quesadilla presses and bun toasters—synchronized by a new video-monitor kitchen display system—is resulting in improved food and speedier ticket times in the stores where they are already in use, company officials say. The kitchen redo is ultimately designed to lift ...
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