2018 Top 500: Steak

The Top 250 full-service steak chains, ranked.
LongHorn Steakhouse

Top 500

Steak chains within the Top 500 grew sales 4.4% in 2017; unit count increased 1.5%. Nineteen saw positive sales growth, while seven saw sales drop.

2018 RankChain Name2017 US Sales ($000,000)2017 US Units
28Outback Steakhouse$2,595740
29Texas Roadhouse$2,476*510
38LongHorn Steakhouse$1,675505
67Ruth’s Chris Steak House$692134
75Logan’s Roadhouse$596*212
93The Capital Grille$42156
127Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar$30069
128Texas de Brazil Churrascaria$298*50
131Fogo de Chao$28440
144Morton’s The Steakhouse$248*65
148Saltgrass Steak House$243*69
165Mastro’s Restaurants$217*15
198Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House$172*13
216Black Angus Steakhouse$150*45
Source: Technomic's Top 500 Chain Restaurant Report; *Technomic estimate

*Technomic estimate; Source: Technomic's Top 500 Chain Restaurant Report

Members help make our journalism possible. Become a Restaurant Business member today and unlock exclusive benefits, including unlimited access to all of our content. Sign up here.


Exclusive Content


The case for the (mostly) digital restaurant

Tech Check: Digitizing 100% of orders has become a North Star for some brands. But 90% might be the wiser goal.


Older brands try new tricks in their quest to stay relevant

Reality Check: A number of mature restaurant chains are out to prove that age is just a number.


At Papa Johns, delivery shifts from its own apps to aggregators

The Bottom Line: The pizza delivery chain’s business with companies like Uber Eats and DoorDash is thriving while its own delivery is slowing. But this isn’t the beginning of the end of self-delivery, CEO Rob Lynch says.


More from our partners