While vegetarian options have existed ever since Eve served Adam the apple, restaurants from independents to large casual-dining chains are fleshing out their offerings as operators see a growing audience for meatless menu items. Vegetarian options, in fact, are getting more prominence on springtime menus, ranging from those at fast-casual Moe’s Southwest Grill to casual-dining Hard Rock Café. Paul Damico, president of the 428-unit Atlanta-based Moe’s Southwest Grill, said ...

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