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Multibrand casual-dining operator O’Charley’s Inc. said Wednesday it has shuttered 14 underperforming locations of its namesake chain in various markets.

The TimesDaily.com quoted the restaurant chain's president, Marc Buehler, as saying the O’Charley’s branch in Florence, Ala., was closed “as part of a plan to further strengthen our company and enable us to build our brand."

Other O’Charley’s units were closed in Wisconsin, North Carolina, and Indiana, according to published reports.

O’Charley’s, which also includes the Ninety Nine and Stoney River Legendary Steak brands, was acquired earlier this year by Fidelity National Financial Inc., a title and mortgage services provider, for about $221 million.

Prior to that, Nashville, Tenn.-based O’Charley’s had been traded publicly on the Nasdaq exchange.

FNF also holds investments in American Blue Ribbon Holdings, which operates the Village Inn, Bakers Square, Max & Erma’s and Legendary Baking Brands. Prior to the acquisition, American Blue Ribbons had more than 220 company and 63 franchised restaurants, generating about $460 million in sales annually.

After the closures, O’Charley’s Inc. had 213 O’Charley’s branches, 105 Ninety Nine restaurants and 10 Stoney River outlets.

For the fiscal year ended Dec. 25, 2011, O’Charley’s posted a $12.1-million loss, compared with a $34.9-million loss in 2010. Revenue fell to $827.1 from a year-ago total of $830.1 million. Blended same-store sales rose 1.7 percent.

Editor's Note: A previous version of this story has been updated to correctly note that O'Charley's closed a location in Florence, Ala., not Florence, Tenn.

Contact Paul Frumkin at [email protected]


'It broke our hearts' customers upset that Oɼharley's closed in Brentwood

BRENTWOOD, Tenn. (WTVF) — Loyal O'Charley's Restaurant & Bar customers were shocked and upset to hear that the restaurant in Brentwood has closed its doors for good.

Jesilee Northington thought it would be the perfect lunch spot on Thursday.

"I was in the area, had a coupon, and they're closed," she said.

Ron Dix said he was devastated over the closure. He's been going to the restaurant for happy hour for decades.

"It broke our hearts," said Dix. "A group of us guys and girls came here and over the years we called ourselves the 'dog asses' haha.”

He said their 'club' hasn't found a new meeting spot.

Dix said, "They can pop in, pop out, and I would come here around 5:30p.m. have a couple adult beverages, and then go home, and my wife always knew where I was. staying out of trouble, being a good boy."

According to the company's CEO, they decided to not renew the lease. They issued a statement, it said in part:

Now, the fate of the former O'Charley's property remains unknown.

Dix said, "I understand they're going to build office complexes here in this location."

Dix would prefer it be an O'Charley's restaurant or at least another restaurant.


'It broke our hearts' customers upset that Oɼharley's closed in Brentwood

BRENTWOOD, Tenn. (WTVF) — Loyal O'Charley's Restaurant & Bar customers were shocked and upset to hear that the restaurant in Brentwood has closed its doors for good.

Jesilee Northington thought it would be the perfect lunch spot on Thursday.

"I was in the area, had a coupon, and they're closed," she said.

Ron Dix said he was devastated over the closure. He's been going to the restaurant for happy hour for decades.

"It broke our hearts," said Dix. "A group of us guys and girls came here and over the years we called ourselves the 'dog asses' haha.”

He said their 'club' hasn't found a new meeting spot.

Dix said, "They can pop in, pop out, and I would come here around 5:30p.m. have a couple adult beverages, and then go home, and my wife always knew where I was. staying out of trouble, being a good boy."

According to the company's CEO, they decided to not renew the lease. They issued a statement, it said in part:

Now, the fate of the former O'Charley's property remains unknown.

Dix said, "I understand they're going to build office complexes here in this location."

Dix would prefer it be an O'Charley's restaurant or at least another restaurant.


'It broke our hearts' customers upset that Oɼharley's closed in Brentwood

BRENTWOOD, Tenn. (WTVF) — Loyal O'Charley's Restaurant & Bar customers were shocked and upset to hear that the restaurant in Brentwood has closed its doors for good.

Jesilee Northington thought it would be the perfect lunch spot on Thursday.

"I was in the area, had a coupon, and they're closed," she said.

Ron Dix said he was devastated over the closure. He's been going to the restaurant for happy hour for decades.

"It broke our hearts," said Dix. "A group of us guys and girls came here and over the years we called ourselves the 'dog asses' haha.”

He said their 'club' hasn't found a new meeting spot.

Dix said, "They can pop in, pop out, and I would come here around 5:30p.m. have a couple adult beverages, and then go home, and my wife always knew where I was. staying out of trouble, being a good boy."

According to the company's CEO, they decided to not renew the lease. They issued a statement, it said in part:

Now, the fate of the former O'Charley's property remains unknown.

Dix said, "I understand they're going to build office complexes here in this location."

Dix would prefer it be an O'Charley's restaurant or at least another restaurant.


'It broke our hearts' customers upset that Oɼharley's closed in Brentwood

BRENTWOOD, Tenn. (WTVF) — Loyal O'Charley's Restaurant & Bar customers were shocked and upset to hear that the restaurant in Brentwood has closed its doors for good.

Jesilee Northington thought it would be the perfect lunch spot on Thursday.

"I was in the area, had a coupon, and they're closed," she said.

Ron Dix said he was devastated over the closure. He's been going to the restaurant for happy hour for decades.

"It broke our hearts," said Dix. "A group of us guys and girls came here and over the years we called ourselves the 'dog asses' haha.”

He said their 'club' hasn't found a new meeting spot.

Dix said, "They can pop in, pop out, and I would come here around 5:30p.m. have a couple adult beverages, and then go home, and my wife always knew where I was. staying out of trouble, being a good boy."

According to the company's CEO, they decided to not renew the lease. They issued a statement, it said in part:

Now, the fate of the former O'Charley's property remains unknown.

Dix said, "I understand they're going to build office complexes here in this location."

Dix would prefer it be an O'Charley's restaurant or at least another restaurant.


'It broke our hearts' customers upset that Oɼharley's closed in Brentwood

BRENTWOOD, Tenn. (WTVF) — Loyal O'Charley's Restaurant & Bar customers were shocked and upset to hear that the restaurant in Brentwood has closed its doors for good.

Jesilee Northington thought it would be the perfect lunch spot on Thursday.

"I was in the area, had a coupon, and they're closed," she said.

Ron Dix said he was devastated over the closure. He's been going to the restaurant for happy hour for decades.

"It broke our hearts," said Dix. "A group of us guys and girls came here and over the years we called ourselves the 'dog asses' haha.”

He said their 'club' hasn't found a new meeting spot.

Dix said, "They can pop in, pop out, and I would come here around 5:30p.m. have a couple adult beverages, and then go home, and my wife always knew where I was. staying out of trouble, being a good boy."

According to the company's CEO, they decided to not renew the lease. They issued a statement, it said in part:

Now, the fate of the former O'Charley's property remains unknown.

Dix said, "I understand they're going to build office complexes here in this location."

Dix would prefer it be an O'Charley's restaurant or at least another restaurant.


'It broke our hearts' customers upset that Oɼharley's closed in Brentwood

BRENTWOOD, Tenn. (WTVF) — Loyal O'Charley's Restaurant & Bar customers were shocked and upset to hear that the restaurant in Brentwood has closed its doors for good.

Jesilee Northington thought it would be the perfect lunch spot on Thursday.

"I was in the area, had a coupon, and they're closed," she said.

Ron Dix said he was devastated over the closure. He's been going to the restaurant for happy hour for decades.

"It broke our hearts," said Dix. "A group of us guys and girls came here and over the years we called ourselves the 'dog asses' haha.”

He said their 'club' hasn't found a new meeting spot.

Dix said, "They can pop in, pop out, and I would come here around 5:30p.m. have a couple adult beverages, and then go home, and my wife always knew where I was. staying out of trouble, being a good boy."

According to the company's CEO, they decided to not renew the lease. They issued a statement, it said in part:

Now, the fate of the former O'Charley's property remains unknown.

Dix said, "I understand they're going to build office complexes here in this location."

Dix would prefer it be an O'Charley's restaurant or at least another restaurant.


'It broke our hearts' customers upset that Oɼharley's closed in Brentwood

BRENTWOOD, Tenn. (WTVF) — Loyal O'Charley's Restaurant & Bar customers were shocked and upset to hear that the restaurant in Brentwood has closed its doors for good.

Jesilee Northington thought it would be the perfect lunch spot on Thursday.

"I was in the area, had a coupon, and they're closed," she said.

Ron Dix said he was devastated over the closure. He's been going to the restaurant for happy hour for decades.

"It broke our hearts," said Dix. "A group of us guys and girls came here and over the years we called ourselves the 'dog asses' haha.”

He said their 'club' hasn't found a new meeting spot.

Dix said, "They can pop in, pop out, and I would come here around 5:30p.m. have a couple adult beverages, and then go home, and my wife always knew where I was. staying out of trouble, being a good boy."

According to the company's CEO, they decided to not renew the lease. They issued a statement, it said in part:

Now, the fate of the former O'Charley's property remains unknown.

Dix said, "I understand they're going to build office complexes here in this location."

Dix would prefer it be an O'Charley's restaurant or at least another restaurant.


'It broke our hearts' customers upset that Oɼharley's closed in Brentwood

BRENTWOOD, Tenn. (WTVF) — Loyal O'Charley's Restaurant & Bar customers were shocked and upset to hear that the restaurant in Brentwood has closed its doors for good.

Jesilee Northington thought it would be the perfect lunch spot on Thursday.

"I was in the area, had a coupon, and they're closed," she said.

Ron Dix said he was devastated over the closure. He's been going to the restaurant for happy hour for decades.

"It broke our hearts," said Dix. "A group of us guys and girls came here and over the years we called ourselves the 'dog asses' haha.”

He said their 'club' hasn't found a new meeting spot.

Dix said, "They can pop in, pop out, and I would come here around 5:30p.m. have a couple adult beverages, and then go home, and my wife always knew where I was. staying out of trouble, being a good boy."

According to the company's CEO, they decided to not renew the lease. They issued a statement, it said in part:

Now, the fate of the former O'Charley's property remains unknown.

Dix said, "I understand they're going to build office complexes here in this location."

Dix would prefer it be an O'Charley's restaurant or at least another restaurant.


'It broke our hearts' customers upset that Oɼharley's closed in Brentwood

BRENTWOOD, Tenn. (WTVF) — Loyal O'Charley's Restaurant & Bar customers were shocked and upset to hear that the restaurant in Brentwood has closed its doors for good.

Jesilee Northington thought it would be the perfect lunch spot on Thursday.

"I was in the area, had a coupon, and they're closed," she said.

Ron Dix said he was devastated over the closure. He's been going to the restaurant for happy hour for decades.

"It broke our hearts," said Dix. "A group of us guys and girls came here and over the years we called ourselves the 'dog asses' haha.”

He said their 'club' hasn't found a new meeting spot.

Dix said, "They can pop in, pop out, and I would come here around 5:30p.m. have a couple adult beverages, and then go home, and my wife always knew where I was. staying out of trouble, being a good boy."

According to the company's CEO, they decided to not renew the lease. They issued a statement, it said in part:

Now, the fate of the former O'Charley's property remains unknown.

Dix said, "I understand they're going to build office complexes here in this location."

Dix would prefer it be an O'Charley's restaurant or at least another restaurant.


'It broke our hearts' customers upset that Oɼharley's closed in Brentwood

BRENTWOOD, Tenn. (WTVF) — Loyal O'Charley's Restaurant & Bar customers were shocked and upset to hear that the restaurant in Brentwood has closed its doors for good.

Jesilee Northington thought it would be the perfect lunch spot on Thursday.

"I was in the area, had a coupon, and they're closed," she said.

Ron Dix said he was devastated over the closure. He's been going to the restaurant for happy hour for decades.

"It broke our hearts," said Dix. "A group of us guys and girls came here and over the years we called ourselves the 'dog asses' haha.”

He said their 'club' hasn't found a new meeting spot.

Dix said, "They can pop in, pop out, and I would come here around 5:30p.m. have a couple adult beverages, and then go home, and my wife always knew where I was. staying out of trouble, being a good boy."

According to the company's CEO, they decided to not renew the lease. They issued a statement, it said in part:

Now, the fate of the former O'Charley's property remains unknown.

Dix said, "I understand they're going to build office complexes here in this location."

Dix would prefer it be an O'Charley's restaurant or at least another restaurant.


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