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steakhouse

a restaurant that has steaks as its speciality
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Merritt or Lisa Hathcoat, both of Outback Steakhouse, Inc.
AMC Entertainment and Outback Steakhouse Select National
OTCBB:AGMX) announced the closing of its Phoenix, Arizona steakhouse, effective December 24, 2002.
operates 857 Outback Steakhouses, 159 Carrabba's Italian Grills, 46 Bonefish Grills, 25 Fleming's Prime Steakhouse and Wine Bars, 18 Roy's, five Cheeseburger in Paradise restaurants and two Lee Roy Selmon's in 50 states and 21 countries internationally.
They include the California-inspired Chart House Restaurants, known for great seafood, spectacular locations, and breathtaking views, Angelo and Maxie's, a sophisticated steakhouse with oversized portions at reasonable prices, and the South Pacific-inspired Peohe's Restaurant located in Coronado, California.
a Mexican restaurant chain headquartered in Louisville, Kentucky, today announced that the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware has approved Outback Steakhouse, Inc.
Extensive research identified underserved demographics, so Eddie Merlot's is targeting a much larger market than that typically sought by steakhouses, with professional women, affluent thirty somethings, and suburban sophisticates as a key focus.
Upscale steakhouses and steakhouse chains, such as Morton's of Chicago, Ruth's Chris and Smith & Wollensky, saw a 25 percent increase in customers between 1993 and 1994, according to the National Cattlemen's Beef Association and the National Restaurant Association.
He succeeds Steve Welsh as vice president of marketing for Ponderosa and Bonanza Steakhouses.
These four restaurants, located in markets where Lone Star Steakhouses have recently closed, will redeem the Gift Cards for a free entree priced $9.
Serious steakhouses such as Bircher's turn out crusty, juicy, full-flavored steaks that are hard to duplicate at home.