7 Steakhouse Chains Falling Out of Favor With Customers


1. York Steak House

Given that the majority of York Steak House locations were inside malls, you could nearly always expect to see the layout of what appears to be a cafeteria as you walked in.

2. BLT Steak

The parent firm of BLT Steak and BLT Prime steakhouses, BLT Restaurants Group, based in New York, filed for and was granted a $3.3 million Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan in 2020.

3. Sizzler

This California-based steakhouse franchise originally had a reputation for providing a fine dining experience at a reasonable cost.

4. Logan's Roadhouse

Another steakhouse that repeatedly declared bankruptcy is this Texas-based establishment.

5. Maple & Ash

A small, expensive restaurant franchise called Maple & Ash, which was started in Chicago, has been financially stable. This year, the company is anticipated to generate $200 million in gross revenue.

6. Black Angus Steakhouse

In 1964, a tiny, casual-dining steakhouse opened in Seattle, Washington, and has since expanded to more than 100 locations around the country.

7. Ponderosa and Bonanza

Steakhouses like Bonanza and Ponderosa have been established since the 1960s. Unfortunately, Ponderosa and Bonanza seem to have been forgotten, just like the once-famous TV shows they were named after.

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