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Five Restaurant Chains That Make The Most Money


1. Maggiano’s Little Italy made an average sales per unit of $8.07 million in 2018. 2. Portillo’s made an average sales per unit of $8.48 million in 2018. 3. Rainforest Cafe made an average sales per unit of $9.1 million in 2018. 4. The Cheesecake Factory made an average sales per unit of $10.64 million in 2018. 5. Dave & Buster’s made an average sales per unit of $11.21 million in 2018.

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