Roadhouse Grill

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Roadhouse Grill
Industry casual dining steakhouse
Fate Bankruptcy and liquidation
Founded 1992 (1992)
Founder John Y. Brown, Jr.
Defunct May 2008 (2008-05)
Website (archived) (Italy)

Roadhouse Grill was a chain of casual dining steakhouses in the eastern part of the United States founded in 1992. After filing for bankruptcy protection in late 2007, all twenty remaining locations were closed the week of May 12, 2008, as the company was forced into liquidation.

In 2009, three former employees of the Tonawanda, New York location near Buffalo, New York, reopened the restaurant under the name Buffalo Roadhouse Grill, offering similar fare plus local specialties such as beef on weck and Buffalo wings. They have expressed interest in acquiring other former Roadhouse Grill locations.

A chain with the same name and concept, operates in Italy [1]