WAYZATA Minn. Redstone American Grill, the five-unit upscale casual-dining chain based here, is getting back to business after several troubling months filled with the sort of drama and investor high jinks usually reserved for larger corporate entities. Founded by restaurateur Dean Vlahos, who also created the Champps Americana brand, and funded partly by investor Tom Petters, who was indicted late last year for his role in an alleged $3.5 billion Ponzi scheme, Redstone has in recent years ...
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