Buffalo Wild Wings and Russo’s Restaurants Debut Fast-Casual Concepts, Saladworks Tech Integration and More

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June 22, 2017

Buffalo Wild Wings Pilots B-Dubs Express

Buffalo Wild Wings Pilots B-Dubs Express

Buffalo Wild Wings, Inc. will pilot two new small-format locations in the Minneapolis metro market this summer. B-Dubs Express will provide the brand’s food and atmosphere in a fast-casual setting. Each location will measure approximately 2,500 square feet with seating for about 35 to 50 Guests. The spin-off will maintain popular menu items — wings, chicken tenders, and buffalo mac and cheese — and the chain’s commitment to providing TVs so sports fans can watch their favorite teams.


Russo’s Restaurants Debuts Fast-Casual Italian Concept

Russo's Restaurants Debuts Fast-Casual Italian Concept

Russo’s Restaurants, the corporate parent of Russo’s New York Pizzeria and Russo’s Coal-Fired Kitchen, debuted a new fast-casual concept in Houston.

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Restaurant Sales Continued to Decline in May

May was a disappointing month for chain restaurants, according to data from TDn2K’s Restaurant Industry Snapshot, which is based on weekly sales from more than 27,000 restaurant units across more than 155 brands.


Bite-Sized Buzz for June

Bite-Sized Buzz for June

A roundup of interesting bits of news that came across the editor's desk, including a bunch of mergers and acquisitions, development deals, Panera’s tech push pays off, and more.


Fast-Casual Growth Slows

Fast-casual chains grew sales a cumulative 8.4 percent in 2016, to a total of $40.4 billion, according to Technomic, Inc.’s new Top 250 Fast-Casual Chain Restaurant Report.


Saladworks Pushing Remodels and Technology Integration

Saladworks Pushing Remodels and Technology Integration

With 100 units and 30 years behind it, fast-casual chain Saladworks has been gearing up for growth.

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