ORLANDO FLA. Smokey Bones casual-dining system plans to “dial up its barbecue experience,” introduce more adult beverages, capitalize on more upscaled environments and grow beyond its current 73 branches, according to Ian Baines, the brand’s chief executive. —Under the new ownership of multichain power-house Sun Capital Partners Inc., the Boca Raton, Fla.-based Sun Capital purchased the struggling Smokey Bones BBQ & Grill ...

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