DALLAS -- The operators of hybrid restaurant-food store Eatzi's are scoping out locations for the second of its kind -- but its creators have decided Eatzi's No. 2 will not be here in Dallas. "We will not open another Eatzi's here. We want to plant the flag in another city," said Harry Day, spokesman for Brinker International, the company that, along with restaurateur Phil Romano, launched Eatzi's here last spring. Eatzi's, with its strong emphasis on fresh, chef-prepared foods to take ...

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