Craig Shelton’s bad luck is Constantine Katsifis’ good fortune.Shelton, the fine-dining chef whose celebrated restaurant The Ryland Inn in Whitehouse, N.J., went bankrupt after serious structural setbacks were compounded by the economic downturn, has been advising Katsifis’ Americana Hospitality Group for about seven months.The result, said Katsifis, whose East Windsor, N.J.-based company operates three diners and a 1,500-seat catering facility, is a 10-percent increase in gross sales at The ...

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