The largest Italian chains in the U.S.

These are the highest-grossing full-service Italian chains in Technomic’s Top 250.
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Photograph courtesy of Carrabba’s Italian Grill

The Italian/pizza segment grew sales 1.6% in 2019. Unit growth decreased 0.1%.

RankChain name2019 U.S. sales ($000,000)Sales stimated2019 U.S. units
15Olive Garden $4,287  866
68Carrabba's Italian Grill $653  225
72California Pizza Kitchen $621 *199
95Mellow Mushroom $462 *187
105Maggiano's Little Italy $418  53
138Old Chicago Pizza & Taproom $276  109
164Romano's Macaroni Grill $218 *85
165Brio Tuscan Grille $217 *57
172Uno Pizzeria & Grill $196 *85
180Buca di Beppo $190 *76
197Giordano's $174 *70
206LaRosa's Pizzeria $165  66
214Anthony's Coal Fired Pizza $154 *68
219The Old Spaghetti Factory $151 *42

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

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