Among the company's holdings:
- El Torito Restaurants (acquired in 2000)
- El Torito Grill Restaurants
- Chevys Fresh Mex Restaurants (acquired in 2005)
- Acapulco Mexican Restaurant and Cantina (acquired in 1998)
- Las Brisas(acquired in 2000)
- El Paso Cantina
- Who-Song & Larry's
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Famous quotes containing the word restaurants:
“As the global expansion of Indian and Chinese restaurants suggests, xenophobia is directed against foreign people, not foreign cultural imports.”
—Eric J. Hobsbawm (b. 1917)
“restless nights in one-night cheap hotels
And sawdust restaurants with oyster-shells:
Streets that follow like a tedious argument
Of insidious intent”
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