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|Founded||1944Baton Rouge, Louisianain|
|Headquarters||Baton Rouge, Louisiana, U.S.|
|Azam Malik, CEO|
|Products||Comfort Food, cafeterias, institutional food service management, catering|
Piccadilly Restaurants is a group of cafeteria-style, casual dining restaurants in seven, mainly southeastern United States with the majority located in the Gulf Coast region. They are owned by Piccadilly Holdings LLC.
The chain began in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, where T.H. “Tandy” Hamilton opened the first Piccadilly in 1944. Hamilton has been called the “Walt Disney of the food business” and is often credited as a visionary of providing quality dining and service at an affordable price.
In addition to its traditional restaurants, Piccadilly operates Piccadilly Emergency Services, which provides meals in emergency and disaster settings, and Piccadilly Food Service, which offers meals for schools, hospitals and government organizations.
The company also offers family dining, meals-to-go and catering services.
Piccadilly filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in 2012.
Piccadilly Holdings is led by CEO Azam Malik. In 2018, the company resumed its expansion, opening its first Piccadilly To Go location in Cordova, Tennessee. In addition, a contemporary, prototype restaurant designed to lead future growth is slated to open in early 2019.
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