Bob Evans Corporate Office

Bob Evans Corporate Office Address

Bob Evans Farms, Inc.
3776 S High St
Columbus, OH 43207

Contact Bob Evans

Phone Number: (614) 491-2225
Fax Number: (614) 492-4949
Website: http://www.bobevans.com
Email: Email Bob Evans

Executives

CEO: Steven A. Davis
CFO: Paul F. DeSantis
COO: Joe L. Gillen

Bob Evans History

Bob Evans was founded in 1948 in in Rio Grande, Ohio.  Bob originally began making sausage for a 12 stool diner.

In 1963, the company went public as Bob Evans Farms.  In 1964, a Michigan restaurant was opened, the first location outside Ohio.

In 1971, Bob’s cousin Dan Evans becomes President and CEO.

In 1983, the 100th restaurant is opened.

In 1987, the company acquired Owens Country Sausage.

In 2000, Dan Evans retires.

In 2002, the company opens it’s 500th restaurant.

Bob Evans dies of pneumonia in 2007.

Bob Evans currently operates nearly 600 corporately owned restaurants in the US.

 

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john carter January 25, 2015 at 11:43 am

My wife and I ate at a Bob Evans, at a Fairfield location yesterday. Actually, my wife ate, and I could not, because after two lengthy attempts the staff was unable to prepare a blackened fish entree for me that wasn’t at least half raw. The waitress offered to bring a steak to me, but I didn’t want a steak, that’s why I ordered fish. The manager took the price of my meal off of the bill, then ignored us. As we left, we were asked by a vapid teenage cashier how our meal was. He must have thought our recounting of the experience was amusing, because he smirked at us the whole time. I’m not sure that I would ever visit one of your restaurants again, because the proper training of your employees, from greeter to management, is obviously not a priority.

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Ken Burger January 20, 2015 at 6:31 pm

My wife and I have been thoroughly enjoying your mashed potato product for some time.

However, our most recent purchase leads me to ask if you have changed something. At supper this evening we both commented on the quality of the potatoes – they had a “runny” that did not seem normal. In fact my wife said she has reheated them twice to try to get the right consistency.

If this is a purposeful change we will need to say ‘goodbye’ to Bob Evans. If not, please let us know when it is corrected.

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Tracy hunter January 18, 2015 at 6:47 pm

I just left Bob Evans location just off I64 cross lanes exit and I must say me experience was very bad. We were promptly seated by a red headed hostess with a dingy white shirt and our drinks were brought to us. The waiter took our order and an hour later our fiord arrived cold and incorrect. My daughter visited the bathroom and the red headed hostess was heard snorting something in the stall this is not the bBob Evans I have come to know and love. Defiantly not what I was expecting this evening. We left this location and placed a pick up order at a Bob Evans at the i64 hurricane exit and the food at this location was good as expected. I will continue to eat at Bob Evans but not at Cross Lanes location.

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raypole January 17, 2015 at 9:56 am

I ate the Bob Evans on 48 an 70 in Dayton it was knat heaven my wife an I an all of our friends will never go back to that one. We told the manager an all she said was”yes we know we have a knat problem an walked away. ” we could not finish our meal because of all the knats they we not busy an maybe that’s why

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Robert Mihelich January 20, 2015 at 12:14 pm

Thank you so much for building a bob Evans in our city Chardon,Ohio. Grand opening will be on January 26,2015.We will be there. welcome to the neighborhood. Sincerely yours,Robert Mihelich

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