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)Chuy's Holdings, Inc. develops and operates Chuy’s restaurants, which is a full-service restaurant concept, offers a menu of Mexican and Tex-Mex inspired food. The Company operates 95 restaurants across 17 states of the United States. It offers the same menu during lunch and dinner, which includes enchiladas, fajitas, rellenos, tacos, burritos, combination platters and daily specials, as well as a range of appetizers, soups and salads. Each of its restaurants also offers a... (Source:
)Since 1989, Chuy’s has hosted the Children Giving to Children Parade in Austin, Texas on Thanksgiving weekend. The Parade is focused around a toy drive fundraiser for the Austin Police Department’s Operation Blue Santa Program, which provides toys and food for local families in need during the holiday season. Prior to the Covid pandemic, we had collected over a quarter of a million toys for the children of Central Texas. Last year, Chuy’s raised $150,000 for Operation Blue Santa. We could not have done this without the generous support of our customers and the Austin community. (Source:
AUSTIN, Texas, Nov. 18, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Chuy’s Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ: CHUY) today announced that the Company will participate in a fireside chat discussion at the Stephens Annual Investment Conference in Nashville, TN. Chuy’s discussion will start at 9:00 AM CT on Thursday, December 2, 2021. The discussion will be webcast live and archived on the Chuy’s website. To access the webcast, please visit www.chuys.com under the “Investors” tab. About Chuy’sFounded in Austin, Texas in 1982,
www.sun-sentinel.com www.sun-sentinel.com))Chuy’s creamy jalapeno dressing is not a menu item, but its evolution from salad dressing to prized chip dip has inspired a flurry of subreddits and Facebook sleuths competing to copy the recipe of what one calls “dip of the gods.” At most Chuy’s restaurants you have to request a bowl of it from the server when your complementary chips and salsa arrive — but general manager Chris Dupin says his staff will provide it as a matter of course. “We’re trying to introduce ourselves to the community,” he reasons. To-go jars of creamy jalapeno will be available in a variety of sizes, up to a gallonThe quality of a Tex-Mex place can be quickly defined by what hits the table first, and Chuy’s salsa fresca and chips are models of freshness, the former a symphony of gentle heat, with jalapeno, tomato, onion and cilantro harmonizing on the tongue. It’s a personal thing, of course — either it’s right or it’s not, and a restaurant doesn’t come back from uninspired salsa, in my book — and Chuy’s gets it right. You can elevate things with an order of queso dip, which Texans embellish with ground beef. The queso has a fanatical following second only to one other side item at Chuy’s (see below). (Source:, Dupin says. (Source:
www.sun-sentinel.com)Another defining element of the Tex-Mex experience is the simple tortilla, a mass-produced after-thought in many high-end restaurants. At their most glorious, they arrive warm and light, nearly translucent, browned unevenly and dusted with flour and tradition, like ancient parchment, history in your hand. Maybe it’s just me. Chuy’s makes its tortillas by the hundreds all day on a comal — a large, traditional griddle — and the staff in Pembroke Pines has been trained on its use by an expert who has instructed tortilla-making at 68 restaurants around the country. (Source: