Soaring commercial rents, eviction proceedings and other lease disputes are endangering some of the nation’s most noted and acclaimed restaurants. From renowned eateries like 20-year-old San Domenico in New York to 33-year-old Maddalena’s Continental Restaurant in Palo Alto, Calif., many older and long-venerated independent restaurants are embroiled in rent hikes, landlord-tenant fights or eviction proceedings that could either force their proprietors to move or hang up “closed” ...

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