Dinosaurs will walk the earth again, if John Stage has anything to do with it.On the other hand, the founder, president and chief executive of the upstate New York cult-classic Dinosaur Bar-B-Que is not looking for them to break into a run, either.With three restaurants open and a fourth in development, Stage, a biker who got his start slinging barbecue at motorcycle rallies, says he’s not gearing up for rapid expansion of his concept anytime soon.“You have to be smart about it,” Stage said. ...

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