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The Uno restaurant that will open Thursday in Boston’s Downtown Crossing is going to be unlike any Uno restaurant you’ve seen before.

West Roxbury-based Uno Restaurant Holdings Corp. has long heralded its broadened menu by changing the name of its primary business from Pizzeria Uno to Uno Chicago Grill.

But the Uno Dué Go chain – which opens its first Greater Boston store at 52 Summer St. in Downtown Crossing – represents an even bigger step as Uno enters the fast-casual market to compete with the likes of Panera Bread and Au Bon Pain.

As with those well-established chains, Uno Dué Go attempts to offer healthier, tastier options than what’s available at typical fast-food chains – but without the expense or time associated with table service.

Originally posted by Cris Zimermann on October 19, 2011 in Franchise Site.

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