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“Until now, the fast-casual chain wasn't passing those higher costs along to customers.”
“It didn't take but a second for me to realize why: I was walking past a fast-casual restaurant whose kitchen exhaust seemed to have been engineered to smell just like that burger.”
“Brinker executives hope that improving restaurant-level margins will make Chili's more competitive on price, including at lunch where some analysts suggest it may be losing market share to Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc. and other fast-casual chains.”
“We agree, and would like to offer some advice by pointing to lesser-seen TV competition America's Next Great Restaurant, the NBC show in which the winner gets to open a new fast-casual restaurant chain.”
“Yes, we include Mr. Saucy Balls because his food has been deemed tasty by the expert panel and there's not nearly enough fast-casual places to satisfy a meatball craving.”
“Other expanding retail categories include fast-casual eateries like Five Guys Burgers and Fries and self-pampering outposts like Massage Envy spas, he said”
“So pity poor Joey "Saucy Balls" Galluzzi, who has a legitimately great concept for a fast-casual restaurant chain.”
“Customize your lunch with curries, chutneys and yogurt sauces at Merzi, a new fast-casual Indian concept that's the focus of this week's Good to Go.”
“When news broke late last year that Chipotle s Steve Ells was drawing up plans for an Asian fast-casual concept, the company refused to divulge much....”
“When news broke late last year that Chipotle's Steve Ells was drawing up plans for an Asian fast-casual concept, the company refused to divulge much.”
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