Max & Erma’s closed 13 restaurants — or about 19 percent of its system — this week as part of an effort by its parent company to streamline operations in a brand revitalization effort. Employees were told Monday that the restaurants would close effective immediately, according to a statement by parent company American Blue Ribbon Holdings confirming the closures. The Detroit Free Press first reported the closures. “As American Blue Ribbon Holdings continues to ...

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