SAN MATEO CALIF. —The design of a new Togo’s restaurant here cuts building costs by “over 30 percent,” compared with the chain’s standard store model, and incorporates a more efficient and guest-friendly service counter and “warmer” decor, an official of the 258-unit sandwich chain said. Togo’s franchisee Charlie Cintron debuted the next-generation prototype in late June in Anaheim Hills, Calif. Last month, two-unit franchisee Bob Singh ...

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