Del Frisco's Restaurant Group, Inc.

  • The Market Goes Nuts for Noodles-Here's Why

    By AnnaLisa Kraft - July 2, 2013 | Tickers: BLMN, DFRG, NDLS, PNRA

    This last year has seen a few successful restaurant IPOs, with the notable Noodles & Company (NASDAQ: NDLS) doubling its first day out on June 28. It added more on July 1, eventually settling up 4.68%. After such a big move on its first two days of trading will it just end up a limp noodle, or will it stick to the wall?

    How other casual dining IPOs have performed more »

  • Should You Have a Fling at These Restaurant Stocks?

    By AnnaLisa Kraft - June 29, 2013 | Tickers: BLMN, EAT, DRI, DFRG, CAKE

    Once again, Ashley Madison, the extramarital dating site, has delved deep into the psyche of 42,890 of its cheating members and discovered their favorite trysting eateries.

    Number one trysting place was privately held Morton's Steakhouse.  But coming close were casual dining chains: Fleming's Steakhouse and Outback Steakhouse, owned by Bloomin' Brands (NASDAQ: BLMN), Del Frisco's Restaurant Group (NASDAQ: DFRG) Cheesecake Factory (NASDAQ: CAKE)),  Red Lobster, owned more »

  • Del Frisco's Restaurant Group: A Solid Small-Cap Stock

    By Sammy Pollack - June 25, 2013 | Tickers: DRI, DFRG, RUTH

    Since coming public in 2012, shares of Del Frisco's Restaurant Group (NASDAQ: DFRG) are up more than 50%.


    Del Frisco's operates three distinct but similar restaurant concepts: Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steakhouse, Del Frisco's Grille, and Sullivan's Steakhouse. To better understand Del Frisco's as a whole, let's take a closer look at each of Del Frisco's three concepts:

    Del Frisco's more »

  • Treat Your Portfolio With a Little Sizzle

    By Mark Yagalla - June 17, 2013 | Tickers: DFRG, RUTH, TXRH

    As Father's Day came and went away, we were reminded of the great American steakhouse. It seems there's no better place these days to celebrate an event than with a great steak. America's love affair with red meat continues and this has benefited meat purveyors. As the global economic recovery continues, more people are opting to eat out and that is also benefiting the overall restaurant group more »

  • 3 Small Cap Restaurants With Great Potential

    By Michael Carter - June 4, 2013 | Tickers: DFRG, NATH, RRGB

    Small cap stocks are generally defined as stocks that have a market cap between $250 million to $1-$2 billion, although this range varies on your source. Nevertheless, small-cap stocks have two key advantages for the individual investor. First, there is a large opportunity to beat institutional investors like mutual funds. This is because mutual funds have restrictions that limit them from buying large portions of any one issuer’s more »

  • Setting the Table for a Strong 2013

    By Delian Naydenov - January 11, 2013 | Tickers: BJRI, DFRG, IRG, RUTH

    Ruth's Hospitality Group (NASDAQ: RUTH) is a company that cleaned up its balance sheet in 2012 and has (compared to its peers) solid fundamentals, a well-balanced growth plan, and management that is relatively new but experienced and motivated. Due to these factors, the company's stock could increase substantially in the next several months and it might even be considered an acquisition target by a larger restaurant chain or more »

  • Risky Business: Del Frisco's

    By Jon Quast - November 5, 2012 | Tickers: DRI, DFRG, RUTH

    I know that you're probably tired of hearing about Hurricane Sandy effecting the economy.  But this must be mentioned yet again in Del Frisco's case.  In Del Frisco's prospectus, they had an interesting statement in the risk section:

    "Our New York Del Frisco’s location represented approximately 19%, 20% and 18% of our revenues in 2009, 2010 and 2011, respectively...any natural or around New York City could...lead to a decrease in revenues."

  • Darden's Profits Gored by Longhorn

    By Jon Quast - November 4, 2012 | Tickers: DRI, DFRG, RUTH

    Quite a few companies have been effected, one way or another, by fluctuating food prices lately.  A lot of the food inflation has been brought on by the super-drought the United States experienced this year.  Tyson Foods has been effected from an increase in chicken feed prices.  Buffalo Wild Wings has seen the prices of chicken wings spike 70% since last year.  This has cost both companies profits they would more »