Michael Bowser, left, bites into a burger while having lunch with Phil Crawford at Back Yard Burgers on Leesville Road on Dec. 4. The restaurant is the chain's only one in the state that survived the recession.
Michael Bowser, left, bites into a burger while having lunch with Phil Crawford at Back Yard Burgers on Leesville Road on Dec. 4. The restaurant is the chain's only one in the state that survived the recession. vbridges@newsobserver.com
Michael Bowser, left, bites into a burger while having lunch with Phil Crawford at Back Yard Burgers on Leesville Road on Dec. 4. The restaurant is the chain's only one in the state that survived the recession. vbridges@newsobserver.com

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