By the time you get to chapter seven in a book, it usually means that you are getting to the good part. You know the characters, you know the plot and the action is starting to heat up. Unfortunately for Bennigan’s and Steak and Ale, Chapter 7 did not mean it was getting to the good part. It meant it was going straight to the last chapter, the place where the hero dies. For someone who began his restaurant career with Steak and Ale, the closing announcement was a sad, ...
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