LOS ANGELES uWink, the technology-focused restaurant chain based here, last week closed its newest unit in Mountain View, Calif., just six months after it opened. Once touted as the ideal concept for the tech-savvy Silicon Valley community, the Mountain View uWink, which opened in September 2008, was the chain’s third and most recent unit to open. Alissa Tappan, uWink vice president of marketing, said sales at the unit were steady, but the location’s “lease structure made no sense in ...
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