2016 Top 500: Fine-dining chains

Ruth's Chris Steak House

With about $3.5 billion in sales, fine dining represents less than 5% of the full-service restaurant market, but its sales grew the most at 5.9%. Among the rising stars: churrascaria concepts Texas de Brazil and Fogo de Chao, which offer unlimited helpings of skewered meats.

2016 Rank

Chain Name

2015 U.S. Sales ($000)

2015 U.S. Units

72Ruth's Chris Steak House592,000*127
96Capital Grille, The397,00054
128Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar280,00066
130Morton's The Steakhouse268,300*67
138Texas de Brazil Churrascaria252,800*35
159Fogo de Chao223,243*29*
185Mastro's Restaurants183,100*13
200Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steak House161,80912

*Technomic estimate

 

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