Casual Dining Restaurants
Casual dining restaurants normally serve moderately priced food in a casual environment. They most likely contain full table service that is performed by a waiter or waitress. Most of these restaurants make at least some attempt to cater to families and children. Some examples of this would include Olive Garden, LongHorn Steakhouse, and Outback.
On this site, you can choose any restaurant by their type, food type, or by the night kids eat free. You can also search for any restaurant by their name on the right side of the page More restaurants are being added each day so check back soon if you don’t see one.
To understand the story of Abuelo’s, one of the more upscale Mexican restaurants in our country, you first need to go to back to China where the very young founder, James Young fled to Taiwan…View Post
Lucille’s Smokehouse Bar-B-Que
Before we can talk about the barbecue at Lucille’s Smokehouse Bar-B-Que and Hof’s Hut, we need to go back to a much simpler time in the 1930s where Dirk and Sjoukje (a Dutch immigrant) Hofman…View Post
Regardless of your thoughts on the chain, their story is at least unique. It almost begins as a joke or skit on Saturday Night Live. What happens when you have six businessmen in Florida who…View Post
Ebony and Ivory was the number one song, Chariots of Fire took the Acadamy Award, and if you were around, you were probably watching Cheers on TV. The year was 1982, and two friends had…View Post
Pappadeaux Seafood Kitchen
When you step into a Pappadeaux Seafood Kitchen restaurant, you are experiencing a higher end dining experience that originated in 1897 when H.D. Pappas immigrated to America from Greece. H.D. opened lots of restaurants in…View Post
TGI Friday’s is unique in that it’s “story” is like maybe no other in major American restaurant chains. Alan Stillman, a successful New York salesman, wanted to create a way to meet women (that’s a…View Post
Most restaurants have a story in how they started. Those stories generally center around the restaurant or the founder. However, the most interesting part of Red Robin is the origin of its name. The history…View Post
Dave Anderson grew up in Chicago with love for BBQ instilled in him by his dad who was a Choctaw Indian and loved to smoke BBQ. It was that inspiration and passion that led Anderson…View Post
Larry Lavine loved burger joints growing up and always dreamed of having one, but it was a chili cook-off that really grabbed his attention. He took creativity in opening the very first location in a…View Post
Kent Taylor had a dream, and he moved to Colorado from Kentucky (by way of North Carolina) to chase it. Some people are passionate about golf, some shopping, Kent was passionate about the state of…View Post