Smokey Bones Bar & Fire Grill is in the midst of changes that its chief executive hopes will spur growth for the Orlando-based brand. “Let’s face it,” said Christopher J. Artinian, Smokey Bones’ chief executive, “one of the reasons that I was brought into Smokey Bones was to create a platform for growth.” Before joining Smokey Bones in June, Artinian had served as president and chief executive of Morton’s Restaurant Group ...

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