Major changes have been made recently in the Supreme Court concept, which was one of the first programs to bunch big names in fast food into a food court in a supermarket setting.
Only two Supreme Courts were put into supermarkets after the concept was introduced with much fanfare in the fall of 1991, and now only the first remains. In recent months, that one, at Ball's Price Chopper, Kansas City, Mo., was leased to ARA Services' Restaurants Plus division, Philadelphia.
The other Supreme ...
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