ORLANDO FLA. Red Lobster, looking to broaden its consumer appeal and increase the efficiency of its restaurants, is rolling out a new, more sophisticated decor package systemwide over the next two years and debuting a building prototype with a smaller footprint. — Dubbed “Bar Harbor” by officials at the 680-unit casual-dining chain, who say their inspiration was the coastal town of Bar Harbor, Maine, the new prototype boasts a ...

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