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America's biggest sports bar chains

Here are the largest sports bar chains based on their 2022 domestic sales, according to the Technomic Top 500 Chain Restaurant Report.
Photograph courtesy of Dave & Buster's

The business of sports bars continues to grow and evolve. Here are the largest sports bar chains in the country based on their 2022 domestic system sales, according to the Technomic Top 500 Chain Restaurant Report. 

2023 RankChain Name2022 US Sales ($000,000)2022 US Units
24Buffalo Wild Wings$3,9371,242
62Hooters$860296
75Dave & Buster's$678151
94Miller's Ale House$522*101
102Twin Peaks$48191
119Topgolf$385*78
144Walk-On's Sports Bistreaux$30071
181Bubba's 33$21440
213Beef 'O' Brady's$173*139
225Roosters$161*43
243Wings and Rings$14262
246Duffy's Sports Grill$140*33
Source: Technomic's Top 500 Chain Restaurant Report; *Technomic estimate

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