DALLAS -- EatZi's here opened its third location in the affluent Buckhead section of Atlanta April 23 and local food-industry experts say the format is better than ever. EatZi's president Lane Cardwell said the newest EatZi's "looks and feels like the original EatZi's. That's our aim." However, there are specific improvements, such as better parking facilities, an easier customer traffic pattern and a larger seating area that has been pulled up to the front of the store. What's more, ...
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