The editors of Nation’s Restaurant News were challenged in finding the best way to cover the tenth anniversary of Sept. 11, 2001, a day that changed the lives of nearly everyone in America, and to some extent changed the world. We know many restaurants around the country are offering free meals or specials to firemen and policemen, and we know many chains are looking for ways to engage their customers around the memory of Sept. 11. Huddle House, for example, created a Facebook ...

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