Where is Chuy’s Corporate office Headquarters

Chuy’s Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: 1728 Barton Springs Rd, Austin, TX 78704, United States

  • Phone Number:
    +1 512-474-4452

  • Fax Number: (512) 474-7863

  • Email: Click Here

  • Number of Employees:  9000

  • Established: 1982

  • Founder: Mike Young & John Zapp

  • Key People: Steven J. Hislop

Chuy’s Headquarters Location & Directions

Chuy’s Headquarters Executive Team



Steven J. Hislop

Chairman, CEO & President

Jon W. Howie

VP, CFO & Director

John Mountford

Chief Operating Officer

About Chuy’s, History and Headquarters Information

Chuy’s is a Tex-Mex restaurant chain.

 Chuy’s was incorporated back in 1982 in Austin, Texas by Mike Young and John Zapp.

Currently, it has its restaurants spread over more than 102 locations.

This chain currently has restaurants in 19 states: Ohio, Georgia, South Carolina, Colorado, Florida, Indiana, Alabama, Arkansas, Tennessee, Illinois, Kansas, Louisiana, Texas, Missouri, Oklahoma, North Carolina, Maryland, Virginia, and Kentucky.

Chuy’s Headquarters Photos

  • Tommy Patterson says:

    I was really looking forward to the new store opening here in Midland Texas, which by the way I love Chuy’s. But the service absolutely sucks & they WILL NOT GET ANY OF MY Money nor will I ever go in the restaurant. I’m sorry to be so harsh, but they definitely have some problems here good luck !!

  • Angela Morris says:

    My fiance and I went into chuys sat we were told it would be a 20 min wait and they would text when our table was ready we ended up leaving after waiting 40 mins and here it is Sunday and still havent received a text

  • Mother says:

    Chuys laid off my son when restaurants closed indoor dining due to COVID-19 and never approved his unemployment. Chuy’s never approved his unemployment. Our family supported my son and his family because he was not able to find another job or receive his unemployment benefits. He contacted Chuys HR numerous times and visited the Arkansas unemployment office almost daily. They lost their apartment and their car. We as a family supported them but I believe that Chuys was responsible for putting him in this terrible situation.

  • renee comley says:

    at the plano location,during this time of covid19 you would think employees would b e trained to go out of their way to bring people in. they were rude, uncaring, even up to the general manager level. ask to sit outside checked before hand was told it would be fine. i got there was told no we are not seating outside. had to get the general manager in. which was not very nice as well. we ended up sitting outside. but the hostess pretty much just took me outside and threw the silverware etc. in the middle of the table. Im still upset about the way I was treated when my family was meeting me there . to try to help support a plano bsiness.

  • Janis Robertson says:

    I saw something on Facebook at one of your El Paso restaurants that made me sick! Two snowflake girls started cussing using the “F” word multiple times and went to the manager stating they were being harassed. My friend, Anthony and a party of conservatives were in a room not near the girls. The girls walked out the back and made their way around to the front and then to the area where Anthony’s group was. Guess who was asked to leave?? Anthony and his group! We have a Chuy’s in Plano near us! I can promise you that me and my family will never eat there again! I am fed up with these attacks on conservatives! I have video if you need to see it. Whatever you political beliefs are that is your business but I am in complete shock that you would let your restaurant managers act like that to your paying customers! Shame on Chuy’s and the Corporate staff! P.S. I tried to call the restaurant but they would not answer the phone. Is that another training trick they learn when becoming a Manager????

    • JD says:

      Janis, the reason this country is so polarized is you see everything thru a political eye. “A party of conservatives..” pretty pathetic that you’ve reduced diners to their political party. Your not-so coded language of “snowflake girls,” reveals your bias.

      In most stories there are two versions and the truth often is found in the margins. I’ve never experienced political bias in any restaurant and certainly not Chuy’s.

      I know this is a stressful time in our history but please there is no need to ramp up the discord or paint an entire organization as evil based on the random events you describe above. In fact when it comes to categorizing someone a snowflake you may need to look in the mirror as your own sensitivities seem like you qualify.

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