When it comes to initial public offerings, social media (hello, Facebook!), technology, and biotech tend to suck up all the buzz. As a result, the IPO schedule is a pretty good barometer of what is hot and trendy in the world of finance. But some things don’t go out of style—like eating. And while Restaurant Week in New York is winding down, Wall Street is in the midst of what seems to be a Restaurant Year. Bloomin’ Brands, the company responsible for Outback Steakhouse, held its initial public offering on Wednesday. CKE Enterprises, the parent company of Hardee’s and Carl’s Jr., is planning on going public this week. And Fairway Groceries just filed for an IPO. Indeed, all segments of the food industry are seeing investment activity in the past few months, from massive fast-food chains to high-end steakhouses, and even a crab shack. Here’s a look at some of the most tasty offerings.