The largest steak chains in the U.S.

These are the highest-grossing steak chains in Technomic’s Top 250.
LongHorn steakhouse steaks grill
Photograph courtesy of LongHorn Steakhouse

The steak segment grew sales 5.6% in 2019. Unit growth increased 1.4%.

RankChain name2019 U.S. sales ($000,000)Sales stimated2019 U.S. units
26Texas Roadhouse $3,016 *553
29Outback Steakhouse $2,636  724
37LongHorn Steakhouse $1,868  530
67Ruth's Chris Steak House $703  135
92Logan's Roadhouse $496 *204
96The Capital Grille $461  58
108Saltgrass Steak House $402 *88
111Texas de Brazil Churrascaria $370 *58
128Fogo de Chao $326 *43
132Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar $307  68
146Morton's The Steakhouse $266 *63
155Mastro's Restaurants $242 *18
169Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steak House $206 *16
203Black Angus Steakhouse $168 *42

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

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