Where is Sizzler Corporate office Headquarters

Sizzler Headquarters Address and Contact

Sizzler
  • Address: 25910 Acero Drive, Suite 350, Mission Viejo, CA 92691, United States
  • Phone Number: 949-273-4497
  • Fax Number: N/A
  • Email: N/A
  • Number of Employees:  500
  • Established: 1958
  • Founder: Del and Helen Johnson
  • Key People: Mr. Kerry A. Kramp (CEO and President)

Sizzler Headquarters Location & Directions

Sizzler Headquarters Executive Team

Name

Title

Mr. Steven McDermott CMA CFM

Chief Financial Officer and Vice President of Finance

Mr. C. Dennis Scott

Chief of Strategic Development

Mr. Forbes Collins Sr.

Vice President and Vice President of Franchise Operations

Jerry Delaney

Controller

About Sizzler, History and Headquarters Information

Sizzler was founded in the year 1958. The company has been active for 61 years now. The founders of the company were Helen Johnson and Del Johnson. The former name of the company was Del's Sizzler Family Steak House. In the late 1970s and early 1980s, Sizzler promoted steak and combination steak dinners with an optional salad bar. During early 1980,s the main competition of the company, known as Ponderosa Steakhouse and Bonanza Steakhouse was established. As a result, due to decreasing sales, the company had to file for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy in the year 1996. The following year, the company had emerged from bankruptcy. During the late 1990s, new management upgraded the quality of food and increased prices. Twenty-one locations were closed in the year 2001. During the 1990s, Sizzler ran upscale locations with the Buffalo Ranch Steakhouse brand. In the year 2005, the company was sold off to Pacific Equity Partners. The headquarters of the company is based in 25910 Acero Drive, Suite 350. The name of the place is Mission Viejo, while the name of the state is California, USA. The pin code is 92691.

Sizzler is an American company that focuses on providing various kinds of fast food dishes and recipes to its customers in the USA. The company currently has its presence across 270 locations in the world. The current CEO and president of the company are Kerry A Kramp. As of the current date, the company has more than 500 employees.

The primary services provided by the company include allowing customers to enjoy various kinds of fast food dishes and recipes, that are offered by the company itself. The company also sells steaks, salad bar items and also seafood dishes too.

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  • Norman S. Bonen says:

    I when to Sizzler Perris CA
    One of the Manager, male spanish is rude 90% of the time, I am going to this place for long time, but this person make me not to, I am a senior and he all way I asking for a free food and that is not the case

     
  • James Averill says:

    On an 11-16-21 business trip, I visited 1010 Postal Way restaurant in Springfield, OR at 7:55 PM. I’d never visited a Sizzler before and approached the cashier, Crissy, who took my order and asked what I wanted to drink. I requested coffee and she pointed to an open hallway with no Employees Only or other signs of that nature stating “it’s to the right.” At this, I assumed it was self-serve like the salad bar I’d ordered and proceeded to pour my own coffee in that hallway. I sat down at a table and within 30 seconds Crissy stomped angrily to my table and snottily informed me that I should not go in that hallway and it was for employees only. Confused and shocked at her overboard demeanor I explained my misunderstanding. Her tone and attitude became even more ugly and repeated herself then stomped off.
    I next spoke to the manager at my table who was defensive from the get-go that someone would complain about one of his employees. After explaining my confusion, her misdirection, and a loud, insulting and self-righteous approach by Crissy about a simple mistake he only condescendingly reiterated that customers should not go into that open hallway. He repeated this 3 times even after I told him I understood the first time. At his third admonishing, I asked him why there wasn’t any kind of warning to customers on or about the hallway. He said he didn’t know why and quickly left.
    I believe some of your employees need to be better trained about speaking with customers who’ve, through no fault of their own, violated a policy that screams for better clarification. Responding to an open, unwritten and uninformed ahead-of-time customer mistakenly pouring his own coffee in such an area in this manner was inappropriate, to put it mildly.

    Regards,
    James Averill

     
  • Jo Watkins says:

    I love the food and atmosphere. I am so glad that you are open again. It would be so great if you could add fried okra to the menu.

     
  • Marcus Bolton says:

    Where are the chicken wings for salad bar? Please restore to salad bar ASAP. The salad is my family favorite meal.

     
  • Travis Berdine says:

    My food was secure, but my drink was not only open when I received it but was not completely full. It was obvious that someone drank from my cup. The person delivering was dirty.

     
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