LOS ANGELES South Florida—two regions that have seen the worst of the national housing crisis, making consumers there particularly unwilling to open their wallets. —It’s bad everywhere, but it’s even worse in California and Florida. So say restaurant operators across the country, who blame softening sales on the challenging macroeconomic climate. Many national chains and local restaurateurs now cite poor business at establishments in ...

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