Ruby Tuesday Inc.’s efforts to put the casual back into its casual-dining restaurants, after an attempt to upscale the menu and experience, are beginning to pay off, executives said Tuesday. The Maryville, Tenn.-based company, which also owns the Lime Fresh Mexican Grill brand, said same-store sales at company-owned units rose 0.4 percent in the June 3-ended fourth quarter and rose about 5 percent at domestic franchised locations. Related Ruby Tuesday looks to lift same-store ...
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