Real Mex Restaurants Inc. filed for Chapter 11 reorganization Tuesday, saying the move would speed the completion of a planned turnaround and possible sale. The Cypress, Calif.-based Real Mex — the parent of the El Torito, Acapulco and Chevys Fresh Mex chains — said it is considering a sale of assets and is “actively engaged” with representatives in early discussions of a possible purchase of the company’s 14-percent Senior Secured Notes due in 2013. The company ...
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