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(National Restaurant News)   American restaurants increasingly concerned about not defining themselves simply as places people go to eat, look to be seen more broadly as your terrific, calorific friends available wherever and whenever   ( divider line
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337 clicks; posted to Food » on 06 Feb 2023 at 5:05 PM (7 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook

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2023-02-06 3:59:53 PM  
Ah...folks are realizing that marketing and packaging aren't just for Food Network chefs.
2023-02-06 5:07:54 PM  
Your fooderific pal who's fun to be with?
2023-02-06 5:21:39 PM  
As a restaurant moves their focus away from the food, quality goes down and prices go up. Or you end up as Chuck E. Cheese.
2023-02-06 5:33:32 PM  
Sometimes they can barely be contained at all!

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2023-02-06 6:51:23 PM  
I tried to read that. The spirit of Bill Hicks compelled me to stop.
2023-02-06 8:15:03 PM  
I'm already thinking of ways to do this with the future fast-casual restaurant I'm looking to open by the end of this year...
2023-02-06 8:22:04 PM  
"Virtual brands".  Yeah, as a potential restaurant customer that's something I look for on the menu.

Fark them.
2023-02-07 5:14:41 AM  
The restaurant business is a factory of sadness
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