Bennigan’s Making Comeback

by Steven Doyle

We have been hearing about Bennigan’s quite a bit lately and see they are attempting a come back from the annihilation of the brand. The Metro Media Group who owned the brand along with Steak and Ale, filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy causing the many locations to go dark seemingly over night. 

That was nearly three years ago. The bankruptcy didn’t totally kill the brand off. There were franchisee hold-outs that have continued to operate, and now Bennigan’s Franchising Company, which is operated out of Richardson, Texas is plotting a more magnanimous come back seeking new spaces in the North Texas area.

There is currently a search for a flagship location in Dallas with a focus on Plano, Richardson and Addison as the target areas.

Soon you will be able to enjoy the Monte Cristo and broccoli cheese soup once again.


Filed under Cheese, restaurant news, Steven Doyle

3 responses to “Bennigan’s Making Comeback

  1. Uppercase Matt

    I don’t think “enjoy” quite captures the experience.

  2. Glad to hear it. I loved Bennigan’s! I also hope Steak and Ale makes a comback too.

  3. yeah, bennigan’s can stay out of the area and i wont lose any sleep. it was overpriced food built for the masses that used cheap ingrediants. no thanks! 🙂

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