CULVER CITY CALIF. —While preparing to shed trans fats and debut in Mexico, Sizzler is planning this year to test two new operational platforms—a full-service format with a full bar and a limited-menu express variant—to offer more options to franchisees. The 233-unit grill specialty concept’s U.S. branches, whose alcoholic beverages are limited to beer and wine, are known for their counter-order, pay-first table service format and large salad bars, but Sizzler units ...

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