Beefsteak Charlie's Beefsteak Charlie's was a well-known Manhattan restaurant in the early 20th century, and later a restaurant chain based in the New York metropolitan area, which grew to over 60 locations in the ...
Bess Eaton Bess Eaton or Bess Eaton Donut Flour Company Incorporated started as a bread and bakery products manufacturer and later as an operator of a small chain of coffee shops based in southern Ne...
Bickford's (restaurant) Bickford's Restaurants and Cafeterias are a chain of eateries that have existed in various form since 1921.
Big Daddy's Restaurants Big Daddy's Restaurants were a chain of restaurants located in New York, Florida and the Bahamas, local landmarks in Brooklyn and competitor to the better-known Nathan's Famous also in Coney Island.
Bill Knapp's Bill Knapp's was an American family restaurant chain.
Blue Boar Cafeterias Blue Boar Cafeterias was a chain of cafeteria-style restaurants based in Louisville, Kentucky.
Boll Weevil (restaurant) Boll Weevil was a casual dining chain of hamburger restaurants located in San Diego, California, United States.
Boston Sea Party Boston Sea Party was a chain of seafood restaurants that started around 1976 during the U.S. Bicentennial.
Briazz Briazz was a Seattle based sandwich restaurant chain founded in 1995.
Britling Cafeterias Britling Cafeterias was a chain of cafeteria-style restaurants, originating in Memphis, Tennessee.
Brown Derby The Brown Derby was the name of a chain of restaurants in Los Angeles, California.
Burger Chef Burger Chef was an American fast-food restaurant chain founded in 1954 in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Carrols Restaurant Group Carrols Restaurant Group is the largest Burger King franchisee in the world; Carrols owns and operates over 500 Burger King locations across 20 U.S. states.
Casa Bonita Casa Bonita is a chain of Mexican-themed "eatertainment" restaurants which originated in Oklahoma City.
Chi-Chi's Chi-Chi's is a Mexican restaurant chain in operation in Belgium, Luxembourg, United Arab Emirates, Kuwait and Indonesia.
Childs Restaurants Childs Restaurants was one of the first national dining chains in the United States and Canada, having peaked in the 1920s and 1930s with about 125 locations in dozens of markets, serving over 5...
China Coast China Coast was a casual dining American restaurant chain specializing in Chinese food.
Coon Chicken Inn Coon Chicken Inn was an American chain of three restaurants founded by Maxon Lester Graham and Adelaide Burt in 1925, which prospered until the late 1950s.
Cuppy's Coffee Cuppy's Coffee & More, Inc. was a privately owned specialty coffee franchise.The firm marketed franchise opportunities on its website and describes a comprehensive, 10-day training program for i...
Deco Refreshments, Inc. Deco Refreshments, Inc. was a restaurant chain in Buffalo, New York which operated thirty-nine restaurants in 1929.
Dee's Drive-In Dee's Drive-In was a fast food hamburger drive-in restaurant chain based in Utah.
Druther's Druther's was a chain of fast food restaurants that began as Burger Queen restaurants; it existed from 1963 through 1981.
Dubrow's Cafeteria Dubrow's Cafeteria was a chain of cafeteria-style restaurants in Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Miami Beach.
Earl Abel's Earl Abel's is a popular restaurant in San Antonio, Texas that opened in 1933 and existed at one location from 1940 until 2006.
Eatza Pizza Eatza Pizza is a buffet-style restaurant chain founded in Arizona in 1997.
EatZi's EatZi's is a chain of bakery, gourmet takeout markets, and restaurants, created by Philip J. Romano.
Farrell's Ice Cream Parlour Farrell's Ice Cream Parlour is an American ice cream parlor chain that was started in Portland, Oregon, by Bob Farrell and Ken McCarthy in 1963.
Forum Cafeterias The Forum Cafeteria was a chain of economical cafeteria-style restaurants which operated across the United States.
Fresh Choice Fresh Choice was a chain of buffet-style restaurants which operated in California, Washington, and Texas under the names Fresh Choice, Fresh Plus, Fresh Choice Express, and Zoopa.
Geri's Hamburgers Geri's Hamburgers was a fast food restaurant chain in northern Illinois and southern Wisconsin, United States.
Gino's Hamburgers Gino's Hamburgers was a fast-food restaurant chain founded in Baltimore, Maryland, by Baltimore Colts defensive end Gino Marchetti and running back Alan Ameche, along with their close friend Lou...
Good Earth (restaurant chain) Good Earth was a health food restaurant chain founded in Reno, Nevada by William Galt and Jim Tasley that existed in the US in the 1970s.
Griff's Hamburgers Griff’s Hamburgers, or Griff's Burger Bar, is a regional fast food chain founded in 1960 by Griff's of America, Inc. of Kansas City, Missouri, United States.
Henry's Hamburgers Henry's Hamburgers is a former American fast-food restaurant chain of the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s.
Holly Tree Inn The Holly Tree Inns were a system of inexpensive eating establishments in the northeastern United States in the 1870s.
Huyler's Huyler's was a candy and restaurant chain in the New York City metropolitan area which was in business beginning in the 19th Century.
Isaly's Isaly’s was a chain of family-owned dairies and restaurants started in Mansfield, Ohio with locations throughout the American Midwest from the early 20th century until the 1970s.
Kelsey's Neighbourhood Bar & Grill Kelsey's Neighbourhood Bar & Grill is a Canadian bar and grill restaurant chain headquartered in Mississauga, Ontario owned by Cara Operations.
Kenny Rogers Roasters Kenny Rogers Roasters is a brand which covers a chain of chicken-based restaurants.
Laughner's Cafeteria Laughner's Cafeteria was an Indianapolis, Indiana-based cafeteria-style restaurant chain.
Little Tavern Little Tavern Shops was a chain of hamburger restaurants in Baltimore, Maryland, and Washington, D.C. The first Little Tavern opened March 24, 1927 in Louisville, Kentucky, by Harry F. Duncan.
Lum's Lum's or LUMS was a family restaurant chain in Florida, Massachusetts and Nebraska.
Manning's Cafeterias Manning's Cafeterias was a chain of about 40 cafeteria-style restaurants in nine western U.S. states.
Montana's Cookhouse Montana's Cookhouse is a Canadian restaurant chain headquartered in Vaughan, Ontario.
Morrison's Cafeteria Morrison's Cafeterias was a chain of cafeteria-style restaurants, located in the Southeastern United States with a concentration of locations in Georgia and Florida.
Mr Fables Mr. Fables was a chain of cafeteria-style family restaurants located throughout Western Michigan.
Mr. Fables Mr. Fables, a DBA of Grand Rapids Innkeepers Management, Inc., was a chain of cafeteria-style family restaurants located throughout Western Michigan.
Mr. Steak Mr. Steak was an American steakhouse restaurant chain started in 1962 by James A. Mather in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
Naugles Naugles was a Southern California fast-food Mexican restaurant chain that existed from 1970 to 1988.
Nedick's Nedick's was an American chain of fast-food restaurants that originated in New York City in 1913 or the early 1920s, per differing sources, and expanded in the 1950s to Newark, New Jersey, Alban...
Nickerson Farms Nickerson Farms was an American roadside restaurant franchise that existed between the mid-1960s and the early 1980s.
Official All Star Café The Official All Star Café was a chain of sports themed restaurants developed by Planet Hollywood.
Pioneer Chicken Pioneer Chicken, (or Pioneer Take Out, as it is officially named), is an American fried chicken restaurant which was founded in the Echo Park area of Los Angeles in 1961 by H.R. Kaufman.
Planet Pizza Planet Pizza was a U.S. restaurant chain with video gaming arcades that operated in the 1980s and 1990s.
Pup 'N' Taco Pup 'N' Taco (also spelled with a lower case 'n') was a privately owned chain of fast-food restaurants in Southern California, with its headquarters based in Long Beach, California.
Red Barn (restaurant) The Red Barn restaurant was a fast-food restaurant chain that was founded in 1961 in Springfield, Ohio, by Don Six, Martin Levine and Jim Kirsch.
Richard Valle Richard Valle was an American restaurateur who owned and managed the Valle's Steak House chain of restaurants from the death of his father in 1977 to when he sold his controlling shares of the c...
Rio Bravo Cantina Rio Bravo was a Tex-Mex style Mexican restaurant serving the metro the southern United States and Michigan from its opening in 1985 until its closure in 2004.
Roadhouse Grill Roadhouse Grill was a restaurant chain that operated a series of casual dining, family-oriented restaurants throughout the southeastern United States The restaurant chain was known for its honk...
Rustler Steak House Rustler Steak House was a family-style steak house restaurant with locations in the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States.
S&W Cafeteria S&W Cafeteria was a Charlotte, North Carolina-based chain of cafeteria style restaurants.
Sambo's Sambo's is a restaurant, formerly an American restaurant chain, started in 1957 by Sam Battistone, Sr. and Newell Bohnett.
Sandy's Sandy's was the name of a chain of American fast-food restaurants begun in 1956 by four business men from Kewanee, Illinois: Gus "Brick" Lundberg, Robert C. Wenger, Paul White and W. K. Davidson.
Sholl's Colonial Cafeteria Sholl's Colonial Cafeteria, a 20th-century Washington, D.C. cafeteria-style restaurant that was famous for its popularity among tourists and government workers.
Specialty Restaurant Group Specialty Restaurant Group, LLC. (SRG) is a privately owned restaurant company, headquartered in Maryville, Tennessee, USA, that has, at one time or another, owned and operated four casual dinin...
Steak and Ale Steak and Ale was an American chain of casual dining restaurants, operated by S&A Restaurant Group.
Steve's Ice Cream Steve's Ice Cream was an ice-cream parlor chain which attracted media attention and long lines when owner Steve Herrell opened his first establishment at 191 Elm Street in Somerville, Massachuse...
Tavern on the Green Tavern on the Green was an American cuisine restaurant located in Central Park on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, in New York City.
The Original House of Pies The Original House of Pies is a former American restaurant chain, started circa 1965 by Al Lapin Jr., an early franchise system designer also responsible for International House of Pancakes, Cop...
The Royal Canadian Pancake Houses The Royal Canadian Pancake Houses were moderately priced gourmet pancake houses in New York City and in the South Beach area of Miami Beach, Florida.
Two Pesos Two Pesos was a Tex-Mex restaurant chain in the U.S. state of Texas that opened about 1985 in Houston.
Valle's Steak House Valle’s Steak House was an American chain of restaurants that operated on the East Coast of the United States from the 1933 to 2000.
VIP's (Oregon-based restaurant chain) VIP's, alternatively written Vip's, is a defunct restaurant chain in the Western United States that operated from 1968 until the late 1980s, based in Salem, Oregon.
Wag's Wag's was a chain of casual dining restaurants owned and operated by Walgreens in the 1970s and 1980s.
Weenie Beenie Weenie Beenie was a chain of fast food restaurants, which is now reduced to one location.
Wetson's Wetson's was an American fast food hamburger chain which existed from 1959 to 1975.
White Coffee Pot White Coffee Pot Family Inns was a privately held Baltimore, Maryland, restaurant chain and coffeeshop popular from the 1940s until the 1980s.
White Tower Hamburgers White Tower Hamburgers was founded in 1926 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and with its similar white fortress-like structure, is considered an imitator of White Castle.