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Owners say Zia's Couldn't Compete with Chains

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SALISBURY, Md. - It was after the new year that Alex Bubas decided to call it quits, leaving roughly 60 people looking for new jobs.


"We have been struggling for almost five years," he said. "The (national chain restaurants) are discounting and serving products I can't do. I can't put a steak dinner on a plate for $9.99. I can't serve two entrees and an appetizer for under $20."


On Monday, employees shuffled in and out, stopping patrons at the door to inform them no more meals would be served.


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