SANTA FE N.M. K-Bob’s Steakhouse concept appears to be running a competitive race against many larger casual-dining rivals. —Ed Tinsley may have lost his bid to become the U.S. congressman from New Mexico’s Second Congressional District last year, but his Tinsley says the 15-unit Southwestern steakhouse chain generated a 3.4-percent increase in same-store sales during 2009’s unforgiving first quarter. In addition, same-store sales rose ...

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