Pummeled by rising costs and falling sales, restaurant companies are shuttering units in Florida as the Sunshine State’s once blazing-hot economy continues to fizzle. In recent months, select units of Church’s Chicken, Donatos Pizza, Sam Seltzer’s Steakhouse, Bennigan’s, Steak and Ale, and Roadhouse Grill, among others, have closed their doors, prompting observers to lament the spate of closures as extraordinary. Carol Dover, president and chief executive of the Florida ...

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