Post Profile

Chili’s Is Axing 40 Percent of Its Massively Bloated Menu

The struggling mid-level chain is going back to basics It’s no secret that mid-level chain restaurants are having a rough go of things lately. As diners are increasingly choosing faster, cheaper fast-casual restaurants or opting to cook at home (meal kits, anyone?), once-thriving restaurants like Chili’s are reevaluating their business in an attempt to stay relevant. Chili’s latest move is an attempt to get back to basics by nixing 50 items from its menu, the Street reports.
read more


Related Posts

Fast Fine Casual Food? The Continued Blurring of Chain Restaurant Categories

Business & Finance : The Curious Capitalist

When a prototypical fast food chain like KFC pushes into the realm of “fast casual,” what do terms like “fast food” and “casual dining” mean nowadays? Next month, fast-food giant KFC is opening up a new concept restaurant called KFC...

Going to Chili’s? The restaurant has axed 40% of its menu items

Real Estate / Local Market : OCRegister Real Estate

The casual dining chain is betting customers are too distracted by the bigger burgers and meatier ribs to notice the missing items.

3 Strategies Casual Dining Operators use to Compete with Fast Casual

Industries / Retail : Retail Economic Development

Casual diners have had their struggles due in part to the growth of fast casual restaurants. Fast casual restaurants have been one of the fastest growing segments in the restaurant industry over the last decade and see the strongest...

What Sbarro’s Downfall Says About Where We Get Our Fast Food Now

Lifestyle / Food & Drink : Bay Area Bites

The pizza chain is closing 155 stores. Sure, malls have been hit hard, but Sbarro's problems are bigger: These days, diners are more likely to opt for "fast casual" options like Chipotle.

Amazon Restaurant Delivery Hits Chicago; the Dumpling Emoji Is on Its Way

Lifestyle / Food & Drink : Eater National

Five things to know today. The internet is still reeling after learning yesterday that most mom and pop restaurants, independent diners, casual date spots, and neighborhood grills — not just fast food chains — serve massive portions...


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC