There was a time when guests could walk into most American shopping mall food courts and find the usual lineup of brands represented — but that scene is now looking different in a post-recession climate. RELATED • Dinner and a movie: Studio Movie Grill expands • Boosting restaurant traffic with simplicity • More restaurant industry operations news Some malls are pushing out national restaurant chains to focus more on local and regional brands. At the ...

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