McCormick & Schmick's Seafood Restaurants Corporate Office - Corporate Office HQ

McCormick & Schmick’s Seafood Restaurants Corporate Office

How would you rate your experience with McCormick & Schmick's Seafood Restaurants ?

[Total: 5    Average: 4.8/5]

McCormick & Schmick's Seafood Restaurants Corporate Office Address

Landry's Restaurants
1510 West Loop South
Houston, TX 77027

Contact McCormick & Schmick's Seafood Restaurants

Phone Number: (713) 850-1010
Fax Number: (713) 386-7707
Website: http://www.mccormickandschmicks.com
Email: Email McCormick & Schmick's Seafood Restaurants

McCormick & Schmick's Seafood Restaurants Facts

Founder:
Date Founded:
Founding Location:
Number of Employees:

McCormick & Schmick's Seafood Restaurants Executives

CEO: Tilman J. Fertitta
CFO: Richard H. Liem
COO: K. Kelly Roberts

McCormick & Schmick's Seafood Restaurants History

McCormick & Schmick’s Seafood Restaurants was founded in 1970 when Bill McCormick purchased Jake’s Famous Crawfish, a 100-year-old restaurant in Portland, Oregon. He hired Douglas Schmick as the manager.

McCormick & Schmick formed Traditional Concepts in 1974. The first McCormick & Schmick’s restaurant opened in 1979 in downtown Portland.

The company went public in 2004, trading on the NASDAQ under the ticker symbol MSSR. By 2009 the chain had almost 100 restaurants and catering locations in the U.S. and Canada.

In 2011 the company’s biggest shareholder, Tilman J. Fertitta, made a bid to take the company private.  In 2012 he sold McCormick & Schmick’s Seafood Restaurants to Landry’s Restaurants, which is the owner of several national chain restaurants including Bubba Gump Shrimp and The Rainforest Cafe.

McCormick & Schmick's Seafood Restaurants FAQs

Question 1: What is the phone number for McCormick & Schmick's Seafood Restaurants?
Answer 1: The phone number for McCormick & Schmick's Seafood Restaurants is (713) 850-1010.

Question 2: Who is the CEO of McCormick & Schmick's Seafood Restaurants?
Answer 2: The CEO of McCormick & Schmick's Seafood Restaurants is Tilman J. Fertitta.

Question 3: Who founded McCormick & Schmick's Seafood Restaurants?
Answer 3: McCormick & Schmick's Seafood Restaurants was founded by in .

{ 6 comments… read them below or add one }

Mr.meyers November 6, 2018 at 9:21 pm

Me and my partner come to McCormick quite often and are loyalty members we came for happy hour tonight and had a great dinner but didnt realize we were getting dinner and a show .me and my husband we’re apalled and very uncomfortable with the bartender yelling at our waitress Chantell right in front of us could you say it was akward and beyond disrespectful . I brought it to the managers attention noone should be talked to that way! Chantell turned to us and apologize for the incident I informed her it’s not her fault and no man should talk to a woman the way he did to her it was rude and definitely uncalled for. If you don’t stand for something you’ll fall for anything .

Reply

Mrs Hanners October 8, 2018 at 12:19 am

Very disappointing anniversary dinner. Waitress was as friendly as a robot. My crab stuffed shrimp was dry & shrimp over cooked. When we told waitress was our anniversary, and asked about a complimentary dessert, she was like ‘I can bring something out but it is only a brownie’ ( in past it was something they offered us’.) and she did not even then congratulate us on our anniversary. When I used restrooms as I was leaving, they were so dirty. KCMO, think it will be the Bristol for me in future. Not worth half of what we paid.

Reply

Rachel Gray September 26, 2017 at 3:08 pm

It has now been well over forty-eight hours since I received a phone call from a fellow employee letting me know McCormick and Schmick’s Dayton has closed. I have yet to receive any contact from corporate regarding this.

This is unacceptable. I have been with Landry’s for over four years. I have devoted so much time and energy as well as holidays away from my three young sons to making your company more successful.

The Dayton community and friends ask what we knew and are asking what the company is currently doing. Your comment is below:

Howard Cole, chief operating officer of Landry’s, Inc., the parent company of McCormick & Schmick’s, told this news outlet via email. “We value our employees, their dedication to our company and are working to relocate them.”

Not one employee I have talked to has seen any sign of help from you.

It’s one thing for you to close the doors abruptly with no warning, but it another to let the public think that you value your employees when you don’t. This is probably just another reason why your company keeps going down hill.

An apology would be nice, a phone call, or actually doing something to show you value people. Maybe people wouldn’t spread such negativity taking away business from Landry’s if you did something other than leave everyone in the dark.

There are so many people influenced by how you handled this situation that will never step foot in a Landry’s establishment again. I’m not going to lie when I am asked how this has been handled. People are in complete shock at how such a large company isn’t able to properly handle these types of situations.

After doing a few searches this is nothing new to you. Since Landry’s took over it appears numerous Mccormick and Schmick’s have closed and you continue to fail at handling the situation in a professional way.

I can only hope that from reading this you may try to figure out a way to give the employees let go the respect they deserve.

Reply

Taylor Sydnor May 26, 2017 at 10:02 am

I am an former employee for McCormick and Schmicks downtown Baltimore inner harbor location. On May 24,2017 I tried to resign from my position the proper way and was treated as if I had stolen something or was irate which was extremely uncomfortable given the fact that I thought by conducting myself in a professional manner I would be treated at least like a valued employee. Let me take time to remind you all that I have yet to be paid, our last pay day was on May 17th 2017 and I haven’t received a penny so quite naturally I was still feeling a way about that since management had not kept me up to date with anything that was going on with my pay. I took it upon myself to contact HR and they then proceeded to transfer me to processing. I had found that the only thing my managers had to do was send them the correct declared amount which they failed to do until I said something to Crystal Ketts and Simon Brown. I was then approached by Mr.Brown with an attitude about a comment I made to Crystal which was “I will not be working Wednesday (5/24/2017) unless I was paid due to the fact that have bills and other payments that needed to be paid by 5/20/2017. I have yet to be compensated. My frustration has grown, not only was I treated like a criminal (Jay’s exact words were “Leave” as if I didn’t have personal belongings in the back) he had Matthew McAfee escort me out of the building causing everyone to wonder what had just transpired between myself and management. All I wanted to do was peacefully put in my two weeks and because Jay was upset with my decision he decided to make my resignation effective immediately which I showed that I had no problem with so I don’t understand why he thought it was ok to be rude and blatantly irritated with my decision. Since I’ve been working in the inner harbor’s location I have witnessed so many rules broken and inappropriate behavior which ultimately lead to me voice my opinion. Naturally I will be leaving a yelp to bring awareness. This location has been one of the most unprofessional locations I have ever worked at. Jay allows his wife to come into our building and work while he is there. I’ve seen my general manager (Simon Brown and my floor manager Crystal Ketts ride home together after work which any employee at the inner harbor location can attest to. I’ve tried to look the other way due to the fact that it was my only source of income at the time and I did not want to be treated differently by my managers. Boy did that back fire on me, this message is not to be spiteful but to bring awareness of what is taking place at your inner harbor location. We’ve had good servers quit because of the atmosphere that management sets. All I want is to receive my pay from May 17,2017, my $97 that I made on May 24, 2017 and my last paycheck which would’ve been on May 31, 2017 but since Jay said my resignation is effective immediately I know that in the state of Md you must issue me any owed payments within 72 hrs of resignation or termination. Not only am I completely disgusted with management but also this company because that location has so much potential but no one there to lead them in the right direction. All you have to do is read our reviews and you will find that the inner harbor needs a facelift. I do want to thank the company for allowing me to work there for the time that I did. It’s unfortunate that things may have to go the legal route because I do know my rights but if that location had people that actually cared about the employees all of this could’ve been avoided. I would advise you guys to do an investigation and you will find that what I am writing to corporate is nothing but the truth. If someone could get back to me in regards of my pay it would be highly appreciated. My name is Taylor Sydnor and you can reach me via email or phone. Thanks for your time

Reply

Sherita Davis February 13, 2017 at 9:52 pm

To whom it may concern there is a waitress working at your Fannin location by the name of Renee who smelled of marijuana when she served my food today. I told the manager on duty but I wanted to make sure it was passed on to upper management in case. She just really reaked of it.

Reply

Audrey Richardson January 30, 2017 at 12:27 pm

My son planned a last minute birthday meal for me at Mccormick and Schmick’s San Diego) using open table.
When we arrived we were greeted and taken to a table in the back in a corner. No one came to say it would be a few miinutes, our waiter is busy. There were empty tables and booth up front. Restaurant was not busy.
We waited about 10 minutes then got up to leave but instead we sat at the bar. It was a very embarrassing experince for us. This is a tourist town and
maybe because I had on tennis and jeans and not dressed like the other patrons we warrant being seated out of sight. I could not tell you about the meal,
I only had the a salad and chowder, because I did not enjoy it. I could not wait to leave but I did not want to hurt my son’s feeling. I am from Houston and we have about 3 of these resturants.
We eat there quite often and never have been treated with such disrespect. I am a frenquent visitor to San Diego, but cannot ever think of eating there again.
I did post on trip advisor.

Reply

Leave a Comment

Want to make sure McCormick & Schmick's Seafood Restaurants sees your comment or complaint?

Share your experience to get more attention.

Previous post:

Next post: