The brand is a model of honesty, inventiveness, and quality meat. The Portuguese-derived Brazilian idea of "Respeito Pela Comida"—"Respect for Food"—is its foundation.
Being the first US chain to employ HerdX, an agri-tech startup that tracks and validates meat origins, this shows a commitment to animal welfare.
Rare Society's California and Washington restaurants' menus reflect Wise's love of traditional steakhouses. Wise advises a dry-aged steak, shrimp cocktail, and wedge salad.
This Texas-based steakhouse franchise is now the fastest-growing restaurant brand in the world after opening its largest branch a few months ago.
Morton's, one of America's most successful restaurants, charges hefty prices for its high-quality food. Morton's offers custom-cut USDA Prime beef and pleasant service.
Ruth's Chris reported a 46% rise in same-store sales after the pandemic, which is predicted to continue until 2023.
Ocean Prime has been a top US restaurant chain for years. The Ohio-born success story serves some of the nation's freshest fish, so don't skip the steaks. Large steaks are unavoidable.
The steakhouse's strong reputation comes from working directly with cow farms to ensure sustainability, animal care, and product quality.
The Capital Grille is a steakhouse icon. Due to its elegant atmosphere and loyal customers, this expensive restaurant chain earns over $300 million annually.
The $1.5 billion steakhouse is growing in appeal. Despite the epidemic, this brand's income is expected to rise until 2023.