Gulf Coast restaurants already battered by two years of the recession took another massive hit on April 20, 2010, when a BP oil rig exploded. Many restaurants are still waiting for insurance and compensation checks and dealing with the spill's aftermath. Workers have opted to take higher wages for clean-up work, and negative stories in the international media are still keeping tourists away despite assurances of clean beaches and safe seafood.

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