NEW YORK —Restaurateurs on or around Wall Street, the epicenter of the country’s financial gridlock, say they are uncertain of the extent of the impact the crisis will have on their businesses. Though many have reported a downturn in sales, operators say they are bracing for the possibility of more to come, but point out that the current situation pales in comparison to the drop in business that followed the terrorist attacks of Sept. ...
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