I don't get it. These are numbers any other company would kill for: "revenues rose 15.7% year/year to $167.6 mln vs the $168.42 mln consensus. Comparable restaurant sales increased 3.3%. BJRI added two new restaurants during the quarter.
To me, it is a failure of the analysts who over-projected. What do they know? They get info from the company and try to project.
The actual numbers of 3.3% same store sales increase is great in itself and the expansion is on track.
It may be a good opportunity long term, especially if the election goes right and we get an administration that isn't so hostile to business and get rid of all these crippling rules and regulations.