Yum Brands bought Habit Burger Grill for $375 million in a deal that was announced in January and closed in March 2020.
Zuul Kitchens acquired Ontray, a food-ordering system, in January.
Fast-casual salad chain Chopt purchased Dos Toros Taqueria in January, creating a new parent company with the investment of L Catterton, The Founders Table.
BBQ Holdings bought Granite City Food & Brewery in the brand’s assets sale after the company declared bankruptcy. Landry’s bought three units of Cadillac Ranch in the sale as well.
Landry’s made a $50 million bid to acquire The Palm restaurants out of bankruptcy.
Engage Brands of Rohan Capital Group acquired Boston Market from Sun Capital Partners for an undisclosed amount in April.
Krystal found a buyer in Fortress Investment Group, which will buy it out of bankruptcy for $27 million.
Grubhub was acquired by Just Eat Takeaway in June for an all-stock deal valued at $7.3 billion.
Bravo Cucina and Brio Tuscan Grille restaurants, which declared bankruptcy in April, were bought by Earl Enterprises in June.
Le Pain Quotidien, which also declared bankruptcy earlier this year, was acquired by Aurify Brands LLC for $3 million. The brand has plans to reopen 40 units around mid-July.
Fast-casual brand BurgerFi was acquired by OPES Acquisition in a deal that’s expected to close in October, and announced a $100 million plan to go public.
Uber Technologies, parent to UberEats, purchased Postmates, a rival delivery service, for $2.65 billion in July after being snubbed by Grubhub earlier in the year.