List of Defunct Retailers of The United States - Restaurants


  • Beefsteak Charlie's
  • Big Daddy's Restaurants
  • Bill Knapp's
  • Blue Boar Cafeterias
  • Boll Weevil (restaurant)
  • Boston Sea Party
  • Bresler's Ice Cream
  • Briazz
  • Britling Cafeterias
  • Brown Derby
  • Burger Chef
  • Carrols Restaurant Group
  • Casa Bonita
  • Chi-Chi's
  • Childs Restaurants
  • China Coast
  • Clock (restaurant)
  • Clifton's Cafeteria
  • Coon Chicken Inn
  • Cuppy's Coffee
  • Deco Refreshments, Inc.
  • Dee's Drive-In
  • Druther's
  • Dubrow's Cafeteria
  • Earl Abel's
  • Forum Cafeterias
  • Geri's Hamburgers
  • Gino's Hamburgers
  • Griff's Hamburgers
  • Henry's Hamburgers
  • Hobo Joe's
  • Holly Tree Inn
  • Horn & Hardart
  • Horne's
  • Hot Shoppes, Inc.
  • Howard Johnson's (three restaurants are still open with this name, but no longer constitute a true chain)
  • Huyler's
  • Isaly's
  • Kelsey's Neighbourhood Bar & Grill
  • Kenny Rogers Roasters
  • La Petite Boulangerie
  • Laugh-In Restaurant
  • Laughner's Cafeteria
  • Little Tavern
  • Lum's
  • Major Magic's
  • Manning's Cafeterias
  • Mighty Casey's
  • Minnie Pearl#Chicken restaurants
  • Montana's Cookhouse
  • Morrison's Cafeteria
  • Mr. Fables
  • Mr. Steak
  • Naugles
  • Nedick's
  • Nickerson Farms
  • Official All Star CafĂ©
  • Pancho's Mexican Buffet(unknown number renains open as independly run restaurants)
  • Pioneer Chicken
  • Planet Pizza
  • Pleasers
  • Po' Folk's
  • Pup 'N' Taco
  • Red Barn (restaurant)
  • Roadhouse Grill
  • Rustler Steak House
  • S&W Cafeteria
  • Sambo's
  • Sandy's
  • Schrafft's
  • Sholl's Colonial Cafeteria
  • Showbiz Pizza Place
  • Sir George's Royal Buffet
  • Specialty Restaurant Group
  • Steak and Ale
  • Steve's Ice Cream
  • The Original House of Pies
  • The Royal Canadian Pancake Houses
  • Two Pesos
  • Uncle Johns
  • Victoria Station (restaurant) (one restaurant remains open in Salem, Massachusetts)
  • Wag's
  • Weenie Beenie
  • Wetson's
  • White Coffee Pot
  • White Tower Hamburgers
  • Wuv's
  • Wyatt's Cafeteria
  • York Steak House (one restaurant remains open in Columbus, Ohio)
  • Zantigo (a revival of the Zantigo menu and format has 7 restaurants in Minneapolis)

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