NEW YORK — D'Agostino's will exit its remaining stores outside of Manhattan, the president and chief executive officer of the family-owned chain told SN, confirming local reports that the chain would close its last two Westchester County, N.Y., locations. "We are just trying to concentrate on Manhattan. That¹s where our expertise is, and we think it¹s better to concentrate there," said Nick D'Agostino III. "We've been outside Manhattan for some time, and it just doesn't seem to be our ...

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