CNBC just reported this so I googled it and found this article. To be perfectly honest I have no idea how this chain has made it as long as it had. I remember as a kid in the 80's the novelty of an "Italian" food place in the food court was cool, get a plate of baked ziti etc. Well I'm not 10 years old anymore and that novelty wore off around the same time as the end of the cold war.
How do companies like this survive? When is the last time any of you had a Sbarro slice of pizza? For me it's been about 10 years since Aruba re-did their airport Sbarro was the only food in the airport prior to their renovation.