MEXICO CITY Amid the developing swine flu outbreak, U.S. restaurant companies with locations in Mexico City are making the best of a government-mandated shutdown of dine-in service. While some operators continue to seek incremental sales by offering takeout, others are taking the opportunity to address maintenance during the mandated time their restaurants are empty. Nonetheless, the hit to business, while yet unquantifiable, is undeniable. Michelle King, a spokeswoman for Canton, ...
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