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.
For Chuy’s, issues like persistent inflation of labor costs and the aftermath of a rainy hurricane season continue to squeeze the company’s profitability.
Chuy’s Holdings, Inc. announced that John Mountford has been promoted to Chief Operating Officer, effective September 11.
Chuy’s is another restaurant brand feeling the labor burn.
Chuy’s Holdings, Inc. announced that the company’s Board of Directors has appointed Steve Hislop as Chairman of the Board. Mr.
It has been a nice run for casual dining lately. Credit off-premise. Tax reform. Better marketing. Perhaps even a more spender-friendly economy.
Chuy’s Holdings Inc.’s stocks are up more than 8 percent heading into the lunch hour after the brand reported Thursday that despite an estimated $1.2 million loss in both sales and incremental cost
Tex-Mex casual dining chain Chuy’s Holdings disappointed investors in its financial report Thursday when it announced its third straight quarter of same-store comparable sales decreases, falling by