Five months after the Captain D’s Seafood Restaurant chain swapped private-equity owners, efforts to transform the 45-year-old brand are gaining traction. In an interview with Nation’s Restaurant News, Captain D’s chief executive Phil Greifeld said the Nashville, Tenn.-based chain had a record year in 2013, with average unit volumes nearing $1 million — the highest since it was founded in 1964 — and same-store sales rising 3.2 percent, lapping an 8.5-percent ...
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