Back in March, the COVID pandemic hit Chuy’s as hard as any other full-service brand.
Chuy’s announced that it successfully completed its previously announced $50 million “at-the-market” offering and paid down its $25 million revolving credit facility.
More than 85 percent of Chuy’s restaurants have reopened dining rooms in a limited capacity as weekly same-store sales see sequential improvement.
Chuy’s Holdings is preparing itself for the next stage of the pandemic as more than two-thirds of its footprint has reopened dining rooms.
Chuy’s Holdings furloughed 80 percent of its hourly staff and 40 percent of store management by the end of the first quarter as it shifted to an off-premises model amid the pandemic. ...
Ruth’s Hospitality, parent of Ruth’s Chris Steak House, and Chuy’s Holdings said Monday that they have each furloughed a large number of employees and temporarily closed restaurants due to the COVI ...
Chuy’s is looking toward key pieces of technology to boost its customer experience.
Chuy’s just reeled off its sixth consecutive quarter of positive same-store sales, and spotlighted some promising trends in its business.
At the back-end of 2018, Chuy’s put the brakes on new-market expansion. This wasn’t a reactionary decision as much as a preemptive one.
Chuy’s off-premises business is regaining momentum. After falling below 2 percent of total sales in 2018, the figure increased to 2.7 percent to start fiscal 2019.