Restaurant Chains

Restaurant Chains

A restaurant chain is a set of related restaurants with the same name. They are located in many different places that are either under shared corporate ownership (e.g., McDonald's in the U.S.) or franchising agreements. Typically, the restaurants within a chain are built to a standard format through architectural prototype development and offer a standard menu. Fast food restaurants are the most common, but sit-down restaurant chains (such as TimberLodge Steakhouse, Outback Steakhouse, T.G.I. Friday's, Ruby Tuesday, and Olive Garden) also exist. Restaurant chains are often found near highways, shopping malls and tourist areas.

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Restaurant chains are restaurants that have many locations. Examples are McDonalds, Burger King, Applebee's, and Buffalo Wild Wings.

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