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At the Greater Dallas Restaurant Association panel on delivery, from left: David Denney, hospitality lawyer with the Denney Law Group; Megan Santonicola, operations manager with Cane Rosso; and Ernie Quilantan, GDRA president and owner of E-Bar Tex Mex in Dallas.

How some operators crack the delivery code

Panelists at the Greater Dallas Restaurant Association offer tips on successful programs

Delivery programs remain fraught with potential problems for individual and smaller multi-unit restaurants, but those brands are cracking the code and finding success, participants in a panel at the Greater Dallas Restaurant Association annual meeting said Tuesday.

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