F&H Acquisition Corp., parent to the Fox & Hound sports bar and Champps casual-dining chains, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection Sunday. Wichita, Kan.-based F&H, which also owns the Bailey’s Sports Grille brand, blamed continuing effects of the recession and poor sales for the filing. “This difficult decision, which has the support and participation of our senior lenders, is the best and quickest option to restructure our finances, minimize disruption to our ...
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