Growing restaurant chains target specific markets for many different reasons — and still often end up in the same destinations. Each year certain cities emerge as hotbeds of restaurant activity. They are places where many chains look to expand, demand increases for real estate and competition for the best sites is vigorous, according to Garrick Brown, author of the annual “National Retailer & Restaurant Expansion Guide,” published by ChainLinks Retail Advisors and ...

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