Patrons enjoying an evening outdoors at Bryant Park Grill & Caf茅 (Source: Company Website)
Ark Restaurants Corp. (NASDAQ:ARKR) owns and operates 21 restaurant/bars and 19 fast food concepts/catering operations with different trade names except for Gallagher’s and Rustic Inn, of which there are pairs of each. Notably, ARKR owns Bryant Park Grill &....More>>>
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