Real Mex Restaurants Inc. officially exited bankruptcy on Tuesday, and company officials say they have set the stage for a dramatic overhaul of the company’s three core brands. Real Mex — the parent to the El Torito, Chevys Fresh Mex and Acapulco chains — was acquired in a bankruptcy court-approved auction last month by a group of noteholders that includes Tennenbaum Capital Partners, Z Capital Partners and J.P. Morgan Investment Management, in a deal valued at about $129 ...

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