Boston Market, once a beacon of American rotisserie chicken, has stumbled into a maze of financial distress and closures, marking a harrowing tale of decline. Acquired by Rohan Group in 2020, this fast-casual restaurant chain embarked on a downward spiral obscured by obscurity until a slew of lawsuits against the company surfaced, revealing the depth of its troubles.
The history of Boston Market, initially named Boston Chicken when founded in 1985, was one of rapid expansion and popularity for its Thanksgiving-style meals. However, this success was short-lived as the company encountered hurdles, including a 1998 bankruptcy filing. . .