As businesses gear up for the holiday spending season, restaurant sales for the next few months are looking up. Although most restaurants typically don’t generate a disproportionate percentage of annual sales during the fourth-quarter holiday season — typically around 27 percent of full year sales, according to analysts at Barclays Capital — this year chains across all segments are expecting to see a boost in sales. High-end steakhouse brands Morton’s The Steakhouse ...
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