Where is Chili's Grill Bar Corporate office Headquarters

Chili's Grill Bar Headquarters Address and Contact

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  • Address: 2503 W Wheatland Rd, Dallas, TX 75237, USA
  • Phone Number: 972-980-9917
  • Fax Number: 972-770-9593
  • Email: N/A
  • Number of Employees: N/A
  • Established: 1975
  • Founder: Larry Lavine
  • Key People: Kelli A. Valade (President)

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Chili's Grill Bar Headquarters Executive Team

Name

Title

Kelli A. Valade

President

Doug Comings

Chief Operating Officer and Senior Vice President

About Chili's Grill Bar, History and Headquarters Information

Headquartered in Dallas, Texas, Chili's Grill & Bar was incorporated by Larry Lavine in Texas in 1975. It is owned and handled by Brinker International. Chili's opened its first restaurant in Dallas, Texas in 1975. In 1983, Lavine sold the company to restaurant executive Norman E. Brinker. By 2015, they were spread over more than 1,580 locations across the globe that included 839 company-owned and 741 franchised ones. In 2016, they widened their focus and added the "Sunrise Burger" (which includes an egg) and the "Ultimate Bacon Burger" to the menu.

Chili's Grill & Bar is a chain of American casual dining restaurants. This company offers a nutritional menu, allergen menu, and a vegetarian menu. It also provides a veggie burger by the Kellogg Company. Chili's offers a wide variety of Tex-Mex cuisine, such as spicy shrimp tacos, bacon burgers, and steak.

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  • vicki martin says:

    My husband and I travel 3 – 6 months per year in our RV. Because of our special diet and the fact that Chili’s will accommodate us, we have eaten at this restaurant more than any other restaurant for the past 30 years. We love the food and the staffing.

    I have just one complaint–no matter where we eat, the places always look dirty. Today, I looked closer to see how this could be when the paint is usually fresh. On closer inspection, it looks as though the glass in the windows could be the same glass originally installed when the stores were built. They are scratched and look dirty even when they are actually clean. The floor boards and window sills appear to be unchanged as well. The sills have suffered a great deal of damage with no real repairs, just paint over the damage with no attempt at plaster. The baseboards are kept painted also, but there appears to be at least 20 years of compacted sludge at the tops and bottoms of the boards.

    Each time I go into a store, which is never during rush hour, none of the tables have been cleaned. When they do clean them, the old wood still doesn’t look clean. The wood is still good but needs to be sanded and varnished. Today, when my friend paid, the machine on the table had dressing and gravy on it from the previous visitors. I looked at some of the other tables that were finally cleaned by 3 p.m. Most of these little cash registers had food and greasy finger prints all over them, a great way to catch the flu. I think it is fair to say that when they clean the tables they do not clean the machines–and I should mention the salt and pepper shakers are often greasy. I always take in some anti bacterial wipes, something I don’t need to worry about at other stores.

    Is this the image you shoot for?

    Lately, I have noticed that the seating hostesses are missing as well, except during the busiest times. This makes me wonder if Chili’s is cutting corners because of lost clientele. If I had a choice, I would eat at other establishments but few of them will prepare food without spices, dairy products, etc on them.

    Today, I began to wonder if your business is suffering. If so, might people choose other stores because they prefer cleaner environments? I sold real estate for 10 years in San Antonio, Texas. Ironically, each time the economy slowed down, the broker quit advertising to save money–or should I say, he shot himself in the foot? So, we lost business from the slower economy and from the lack of phone calls into our office. Just saying–if you invest in your business during this improved economy, you may find that people will keep your stores filled up at lunch and during the afternoons, not simply during happy hour.

    Missing the days of the crisp, clean Chili’s stores,

    Vic

     
  • Nancy Lee says:

    On May 17, 2019 we went to the Chili’s in Morgan Hill, CA we ordered The Mix n’ Match Trio and Mushroom Burger……..we were satisfied with both meals.
    Question: Our bill came to $31.15 and we gave our waiter two gift cards totaling $35. We asked server Eduardo for the balance of our gift card and intended to give the tip in cash…….he told us everything was taken care of and there was no balance left on the gift card.
    WHOA!……was he suppose to take his own tip off of our gift card?……..I was pretty shocked but didn’t want to create a scene because his tip would have been in the 15% range…….however I did not like or appreciate the fact that he took it upon himself to take the tip without consulting me first!!
    What is your response to this?

     
  • Terry L Kerns says:

    Myself and my family had dinner at a chili’s in Waldorf Maryland. Myself and one of my daughters order the shrimp tacos which came out cold as if they took them out of the refrigerator. Then our waitress came by I asked to talk to her she replied that she would be back in a min so we waited for 10 mins for her to return which she never did. Then I got up from my seat and went to other waitresses and asked for the manager. The manager came over then we proceeded to let her know that mine and my daughters food was cold she removed them and said she would get it remade that took 15 mins where my other family was done eating when we received our food again. The food was cold again so I asked for the manager again she made excuses for why it was cold. I would like you to know that we sat right outside of the kitchen.

    Myself and my family will not be eating there any longer.

     
  • Margaret says:

    My husband and I just had lunch at a Chili’s near us. My husband ordered a mushroom burger. The waitress ask if he wanted fries. He asked if he could get something other than fries and she responded with, yes. He asked what his options are and she listed of several things. He choose a salad instead. When the food came his had fries. He said he didn’t order the fries and she said she included them by mistake and there wouldn’t be an additional charge. When the bill came it had a charge for the side salad. We pointed this out to the waitress and she said the salad was an additional side. I spoke to person at the front who stated all burgers come with fries and the salad was an additional charge. I explained the conversation we had with the waitress and he still said the salad was extra. This was the opposite information from what we had been given.
    I just want to let you know I do not appreciate dishonesty or misleading business practices. Not only has this practice lost you a customer but I will pass this information on at every opportunity.
    Margaret Murphy
    Store address was: 7385 W. Colonial Dr., Orlando, FL

     
  • John Wooley says:

    To whom it may concern , I live in Stephenville tx. and my wife and I enjoy your Restaurant here very much, the lighting in your parking lots is very very dark, 5 lamps in the parking lot have gone out months ago,or longer, we have stopped going to eat there until the lamps replaced, our supper club has stopped also in hope this gets resolved soon , John Wooley Thank you,

     
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