Fiesta Restaurant Group Inc., parent to the Pollo Tropical brand, on Thursday joined a small chorus of restaurant companies reducing sales guidance for 2013, citing economic pressure. The Addison, Texas-based Fiesta lowered its same-store sales forecast for Pollo Tropical revenue, advising that revenue at units open at least a year would rise 3 percent to 5 percent, down from the earlier guidance of a 5-percent to 6-percent increase. “Based on recent events affecting the ...

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