DALLAS (FNS) -- Very nearly in the literal shadow of gourmet takeout icon Eatzi's, another takeout pioneer is carving out its own niche in this competitive market. But make no mistake: 55-year-old Marty's and its two-year-old Cafe TuGogh concept are far from a carbon copy of Eatzi's, even though they can pull the same demographics and are separated from each other by one block. Among the differences found in the 15,000-square-foot Marty's/Cafe TuGogh, for example, is a new 90-seat ...

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