Landry’s-Owned Restaurants Hit by Credit Card Breach

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HOUSTON — Landry’s is investigating reports of unauthorized charges on customers’ credit cards at several of its restaurants.

The Houston-based restaurant, hotel and casino giant owns more than 500 properties, including many of your favorites — Landry’s Seafood, Saltgrass, McCormick & Schmick’s, Morton’s, the Golden Nugget casinos, and the list goes on.

In a statement, Landry’s says it won’t know the full scope of the breach until the investigation is done. The company has not said when the breach began or when it was discovered.

But according to KTRK in Houston, cyber sources say it may go all the way back to May and could still be affecting restaurants right now.

For a full list of Landry’s restaurants that may be affected, click here.

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