3. Buffalo Wild Wings
Sign of the end: 17% stock decline in the last two years
Buffalo Wild Wings’ struggles don’t shock us. Customers are careful with their cash as competition and food costs increase. BWW is projected to raise wing prices by as much as 10% to account for slow revenue. It’s also been forced to evaluate its menu.
The BWW CEO Sally Smith explained to shareholders, “Casual-dining restaurants face a uniquely challenging market today.” Don’t expect a new joint to open in your neighborhood anytime soon.
Next: This restaurant’s “license to grill” may get revoked.