2019 Top 500: Steak

The Top 250 steak chains, ranked.
Photograph courtesy of LongHorn Steakhouse

Top 500

Steak concepts within the Top 500 saw sales increase 4.5% in 2018; unit count increased 1.7%. Nineteen chains saw positive sales growth, while six chains saw sales drop.

2019 RankChain Name2018 US Sales ($000,000)2018 US Units
26Texas Roadhouse$2,720*533
29Outback Steakhouse$2,611733
37LongHorn Steakhouse$1,754520
62Ruth's Chris Steak House$748134
83Logan's Roadhouse$520*202
92The Capital Grille$44058
119Saltgrass Steak House$349*80
124Texas de Brazil Churrascaria$334*53
130Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar$30470
132Fogo de Chao$294*38
149Morton's The Steakhouse$246*65
159Mastro's Restaurants$230*17
182Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steak House$18216
228Black Angus Steakhouse$165*44
Source: Technomic's Top 500 Chain Restaurant Report; *Technomic estimate

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