The Alsea were a Native American tribe of Western Oregon. They are probably extinct, although a few members may be mixed in with the Confederated Tribes of Siletz, many of whom live on the Siletz Reservation, where the remaining members were relocated.
The Alsea are a Native American tribe of Oregon. Alsea may also refer to:
- Alsea (company), a Mexican restaurant business
- Alsea Bay, a body of water near the city of Waldport, Oregon
- Alsea Bay Bridge, a bridge near Waldport
- Alsea, Oregon, an unincorporated community in Oregon
- Alsea River, a river in Oregon
- Alsean languages, a language family spoken along the Oregon Coast
- USS Alsea (ATF-97), an Abnaki-class fleet ocean tug
Alsea, S.A.B. de C.V., known as Alsea, is a Mexican multi-brand restaurant operator based in Mexico City, Mexico. Its operating portfolio includes fast-food, casual dining, and cafeteria type restaurant chains located in Mexico, South America and Spain. It is one of the largest foodservice companies in Mexico according to CNN Expansión.
Some of the restaurant chains that Alsea operates are: Starbucks, Burger King, Vips, Domino's Pizza, Italianni's, Chili's, California Pizza Kitchen, P. F. Chang's, and The Cheesecake Factory.
Alsea reported revenues of US$ 1.7 billion for 2014. It operates more than 2,700 units of restaurant chains in Mexico, Spain, Chile, Argentina, Colombia and Brazil, and employs more than 60,000 people. Alsea is listed on the Mexican Stock Exchange and is a constituent of the IPC, the main benchmark index of Mexican stocks.
In 2014, Alsea acquired the Mexican restaurant chain Vips and the Spanish Grupo Zena.
Usage examples of "alsea".
It is not right for the Alsea to live the same way as the Coos, or for the Kalapuya to live the same way as the Miwok.
You talked about the Alsea, the Coos, the Kalapuya, and the Miwok, as if they are still living today.