HOUSTON Restaurant companies with a presence in south Texas are alerting investors to the damage done last weekend by Hurricane Ike, with several chains reporting that stores are still closed and could be boarded up for some time. Among the chains most affected by the Category 2 hurricane were P.F. Chang’s, Sonic Drive In, BJ’s, Chili’s Grill and Bar, and Kona Grill, said Lynne Collier, the restaurant analyst for Keybanc Capital Markets. In a communication to investment customers, ...
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