Ted’s Montana Grill—the culmination of a partnership between Ted Turner and George McKerrow Jr., both of whom need no introduction in this town—is celebrating 15 glorious years as a pioneer in both made-from-scratch food and conservation efforts. Says McKerrow, “We knew we wanted to create something more than just another restaurant. And our differentiating vision for Ted’s Montana Grill was to build a purpose-driven brand. We set out on a mission to preserve the American bison, give back to the Earth and the communities in which we serve, and create authentic American dining experiences.” With 13 Atlanta locations packed every night, consider it mission accomplished.
The bison population in 2002 before Ted’s became committed to drive demand for bison and grow herd sizes. It’s now over half a million.
The year the first Ted’s Montana Grill opened in Columbus, Ohio
The amount of guests, in millions, served at 46 locations nationwide in 15 years
The number of from-scratch recipes executed at each location every day
The gallons of water, in millions, Ted’s has helped conserve
The number of margaritas sold, in millions, in 15 years
The number of burgers currently on the menu
The number of local farms that are sourced
The amount of meals, in millions, that Ted’s $1 million-plus in donations has provided for children through Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry