There’s a lot of talk about turnarounds these days. Some say casual dining is just dead while others think they’ve cracked the code one quarter only to find a new scapegoat the next. But Denny’s made it work.
“What is your spirit vegetable?” This isn’t a question that kicks off many financial meetings. But at Miss Kim’s, the newest addition to the Zingerman’s family of restaurants in Ann Arbor, examining the P&L is no dull or secret affair.
The news of Bobby Flay’s Bobby’s Burger Palace looking to go public and now FAT Brands close on its heels are intriguing developments for the restaurant finance world, but they might not have been possible without one man’s efforts.
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