Pick Up Stix unveils updated prototype

Pick Up Stix unveils updated prototype

New look aims to build dine-in business

Pick Up Stix has launched a larger, more upscale prototype designed to build dine-in business.

The Laguna Hills, Calif.-based fast-casual chain, with about 75 units in Southern California, generally does about 60 percent of sales as take out in units of around 1,500 square feet, said CEO Lorne Goldberg who acquired the brand in 2010.

The new prototype, which opened in Westlake Village, outside Los Angeles, in Marc

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