5 Popular Steakhouse Chains

Some reserve steakhouse trips for birthdays, anniversaries, & promotions. Some may question how their favorite steakhouse chains are doing now that diners have returned.

Higher costs & desire for celebrations have boosted steak franchises, according to Restaurant Business. Both casual eating & luxury steakhouse brands have seen revenues, foot traffic, & popularity rise in recent earnings reports.

Casual restaurant Texas Roadhouse Texas Roadhouse is known for its hand-cut steaks, ribs, chicken, & made-from-scratch sides like chilli, veggies, & cinnamon-butter bread. 6-ounce sirloin steak is the chain's best-seller.

Texas Roadhouse

LongHorn Steakhouse competes with Texas Roadhouse by offering exceptional steaks, ribs, seafood, & sides at a good price. Renegade Sirloin costs $15.99, like competitors'.

LongHorn's

An icon in the premium steakhouse category, Ruth's Chris is best known for serving prime cuts of beef cooked to perfection, sizzling with butter on a 500-degree plate.

 Ruth's Chris

Fleming's is noted for its prime-cut steaks, lobster, & wine selection. This year, excellent sales are attributed to more discounts & diners coming to celebrate special occasions.

Fleming's

Outback Steakhouse is making a return after decades of decline. Sales have increased over several quarters. Bloomin' Brands, which owns the chain, had same-store sales jump 9.2% in its most recent quarter compared to the same period previous year.

Outback

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