DALLAS Distinguished Restaurants of North America is broadening its membership beyond fine-dining restaurants to include notable casual independents and even iconic quick-service operators. —Reflecting ongoing economic pressures and changing consumer preferences toward more casual dining, the The expansion, which the board approved in October during the group’s annual conference here, is the first change to DiRoNA’s membership since the nonprofit group was founded in ...
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