Señor Frog's

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Señor Frog’s is a Mexican-theme franchised "infamous party scene"[1] bar and grill in tourist destinations throughout Mexico, the Caribbean, South America and the United States. "You go to Señor Frog’s when you're on vacation, if you want to get crazy and nobody knows you," chief executive David Krouham told Forbes magazine.[2]

The life raft that welcomes visitors to the Señor Frogs - Bahamas.
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In Mexico and the western Caribbean, about 75% of their revenues come from alcoholic beverage sales. In Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, however, they've been unable to promote drinking as successfully; food outsells liquor there by a slight margin.[3]

Promotions like drinking contests and a novelty take-home yard of ale glass[4] bring the chain $33 per check, 50% more than the Hard Rock Cafe achieves. They further promote alcohol sales with an "anything goes" atmosphere; one of their theme parties was a pajama party, with guests swimming in a pool filled with beer.[1]

Señor Frog’s is owned by Grupo Anderson's, founded in 1963, who claims their more than 50 restaurants makes it Mexico's largest restaurateur. In addition to Señor Frog’s, Grupo Anderson's has the Carlos'n Charlie's chain.[5]

Señor Frog's is frequently portrayed in the television series Arrested Development by a restaurant of the name Señor Tadpole's.


Señor Frog's in Mazatlán, Mexico

There are currently Señor Frog’s in:


  1. ^ a b Chain Leader magazine, October 2005 Archived September 15, 2006 at the Wayback Machine
  2. ^ Forbes, September 19, 2005 Archived May 18, 2006 at the Wayback Machine
  3. ^ December 6, 2005 press release Archived May 21, 2006 at the Wayback Machine
  4. ^ Press kit Archived May 18, 2006 at the Wayback Machine
  5. ^ "Company profile". Retrieved 2012-12-04. 
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  7. ^ Press kit

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