Restaurants Do Not Pass Inspection

The restaurant industry is known for entrants and exits. Last year saw Potbelly's' (PBPB) IPO, and recently both Papa Murphy's and Zoe's Kitchen have filed to go public. It's a difficult business, and the recent high-profile Sbarro and Quiznos bankruptcies suggest that it is becoming even more so.

Combined the pizza chain and the toasted sandwich company have thousands of locations across the U.S. Despite that size, however, this is not the first time that Sbarro has gone through bankruptcy. In 2011 the company went through a Chapter 11 reorganization. And Sbarro was not the only pizza chain to file bankruptcy in 2011 -- according to Pizza Today, it was the third large pizza chain to declare bankruptcy in less than a year alongside Round Table Pizza and Uno Chicago Grill....308 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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