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sizzler

n. a very hot day. What a sizzler! I’m sweating like a horse.
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There are approximately 170 Sizzlers in the United States, including Puerto Rico.
The unit economics of the remodeled Sizzler restaurants that feature our updated decor and made from scratch menu speak for themselves and have allowed us to generate interest from accomplished developers like Anil," said Kerry Kramp, Sizzler's CEO.
The only Sizzler operating in Massachusetts is on Martha's Vineyard, in a carnival run by Cushing Amusements.
HOT STUFF: Laura Staten is our Sunday Sizzler winner
Category manager Alistair Burgess said the launch of The Sizzler reinforced Unilever's intention to update the core Pot Noodle range each year.
In the process, Sizzler International has gained a strong base from which to launch and service its expansion into the Asia Pacific region.
Lutfi plans to open his first Sizzler restaurant in the San Francisco Bay Area in the next 24 months while he works to renovate the five purchased locations.
Far left, a firefighter douses the smoldering remains of the front of the Sizzler after most of the blaze had been extinguished.
RBS Lynk is proud to be associated with Sizzler USA," said Ben Barone, president and CEO for RBS Lynk.
Seven months after fire shuttered the Sizzler restaurant at 2650 Mt.
into an industry powerhouse; moves from Sizzler USA Advisory Board to top post
SIZZLER TO RE-EMERGE FROM BANKRUPTCY: A slimmed down Sizzler restaurant company will emerge from Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganization in about a month.
For years, Sizzler guests have been observed stacking steak between cheese toast and stuffing shrimp into split dinner rolls.
This latest special is the best of old and new -- a Sizzler signature item combined with two new, contemporary dishes, all at the great price Sizzler guests expect.
Sizzler said that it filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection so it could ``effectively address the burden of unproductive leases associated with closed restaurants.