The last Steak and Ale restaurant closed its doors ten years ago, but parent company Legendary Restaurant Brands has revived some of its menu items at sister chain Bennigan’s. Steak and Ale fans on Facebook “have been clamoring for the return of their favorite restaurant, and we’re doing our best to deliver.
Now after nearly 12 years, Steak and Ale is poised for an epic comeback . Created in 1966 by the late Norman Brinker. The iconic restaurant chain with its dimly lit ambiance, billed itself as offering an upscale steak experience at lower prices. And now they are launching the return of Steak and Ale .
There are currently 15 Bennigan’s restaurants in the U.S. and 18 in Mexico, South America and the Middle East. The current Bennigan’s are owned by Dallas-based Legendary Restaurant Brands, which is reviving Bennigan’s (it also owns the Steak and Ale chain, which it’s also trying to salvage).
The owner of the Peasant and Mick’s restaurants in Atlanta plans to buy the Quincy’s Family Steakhouse chain for $85.7 million and move its headquarters to Atlanta from South Carolina.
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In July 2008, all of Bennigan’s 150 corporate locations across the US were closed due to parent company Metromedia Restaurant Group of Plano, Texas filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy protection and initially the firm’s 138 franchisee-owned locations remained open, but many later closed in the months and years after the