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5 Bankrupt Restaurant Chains That Have Been Revived This Year

Eat This, Not That! Logo By Kaley Roberts of Eat This, Not That! | Slide 1 of 6: While it may be true that all good things must come to an end, when it comes to some of the most iconic restaurant chains in America, we'd rather they didn't.You know the type: places you frequent with family, fast-casual joints with enough locations to feel forever familiar. There's something reassuring about being anywhere in the world and seeing, say, a KFC. That warm, at-home feeling you get from knowing your go-to order at a California Pizza Kitchen—that's invaluable.For many restaurant chains, though, the pandemic was costly. COVID-19 disrupted every industry, yes, but dining, in particular, took a definite hit. By mid-2020, a slew of fan-favorite restaurant chains had declared bankruptcy, and the prognosis on whether or not they could recover was unclear.We're happy to report that, within this year of vaccinations and reopenings, the outlook has been positive for many members of the restaurant business. For these five dining darlings, in particular, the end—which was once looming—is no longer on the horizon.For more, check out 5 Major Fast-Food Chains Falling Out of Favor With Customers.Read the full article at Eat This, Not That!

5 Bankrupt Restaurant Chains That Have Been Revived This Year

While it may be true that all good things must come to an end, when it comes to some of the most iconic restaurant chains in America, we'd rather they didn't.

You know the type: places you frequent with family, fast-casual joints with enough locations to feel forever familiar. There's something reassuring about being anywhere in the world and seeing, say, a KFC. That warm, at-home feeling you get from knowing your go-to order at a California Pizza Kitchen—that's invaluable.

For many restaurant chains, though, the pandemic was costly. COVID-19 disrupted every industry, yes, but dining, in particular, took a definite hit. By mid-2020, a slew of fan-favorite restaurant chains had declared bankruptcy, and the prognosis on whether or not they could recover was unclear.

We're happy to report that, within this year of vaccinations and reopenings, the outlook has been positive for many members of the restaurant business. For these five dining darlings, in particular, the end—which was once looming—is no longer on the horizon.

For more, check out 5 Major Fast-Food Chains Falling Out of Favor With Customers.

Read the full article at Eat This, Not That!

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