Afew years ago, Buffalo Wild Wings executives would scout a new market, only to find rival Don Pablo’s already had snatched up the best real estate. The economy’s free fall, however, has scotched many chains’ expansion plans and led to a glut of real estate available for conversion. With a small group of other midsize players that includes Beef ‘O’ Brady’s, Red Robin and Chipotle Mexican Grill, Buffalo Wild Wings has jumped in. In fact, the ...

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