Top 100 Independents

2019 top independent hotel restaurants

Hotels are hot spots for top-earning restaurants.
Photograph courtesy of Mon Ami Gabi

Successful restaurants housed in hotels have the benefit of a captive audience of tourists in addition to local traffic. This year’s list of independents located in hotels is a mix of concepts from multiconcept operators such as Gibsons Restaurant Group and Tao Group, plus brands with celebrity backing, such as Bazaar Meats by Jose Andres. See which concepts made the list this year. 

RankRestaurant2018 salesAvg. checkMeals sold
11Prime 112$23,600,000$130.00204,100
17Joe's Seafood, Prime Steak & Stone Crab$22,264,200*$77.00*260,000*
21Bazaar Meat by Jose Andres$20,827,800*$114.00*189,500*
23SW Steakhouse$20,622,500*$142.00*148,350*
32Gibsons Bar & Steakhouse$18,656,075$77.60258,323
38Mon Ami Gabi$18,110,000*$72.50*307,440*
47Prime Steakhouse$17,134,300*$168.00*110,300*
89Beauty & Essex$12,753,180*$92.00*139,100*

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