NEW YORK Hit hard by the still-declining economy and other operating challenges, the New York foodservice community is struggling with a hostile business climate that already has overpowered several of the city’s biggest restaurants. More than 500 New York restaurants have closed their doors this year, and others are expected to follow as diners rein in their spending and dining-out frequency. ...

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