When creating renaming rules for a transaction, does it match the original statement name such as "QDOBA MEXICAN GRILL-083" or Mint's description "QDOBA MEXICAN GRILL"?

I'd like to track my work lunch expenses. Since I can't auto tag transactions, I'm going to rename the transactions to be "Work Lunch" followed by the location name. With franchise restaurants such as Qdoba there are multiple locations I visit. For example, the Qdoba near my office appears as QDOBA MEXICAN GRILL-083, Mint renames the description to Qdoba Mexican Grill.

When I create the renaming rule, the text reads 

Always rename Qdoba Mexican Grill as Qdoba Mexican Grill Work Lunch and categorize as Fast Food.

Future "Qdoba Mexican Grill" purchases will be renamed to "Qdoba Mexican Grill Work Lunch" and categorized as Fast Food.

Will this rename rule be applied to all Qdoba Mexican Grills or just store 083? 

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