After a yearlong rally that has carried the entire stock market higher, finding value is harder than ever. But it's not impossible. In fact, some companies continue to look attractive even after a huge run-up in share price. Consider restaurant owner Landry's ( LNY), specialty retailer Finish Line ( FINL) and auto-parts supplier Magna International ( MGA). Landry's, which operates the Landry's Seafood House, Joe's Crab Shack and Chart House chains, has surged 90% over the past year, but the stock continues to trade at under 19 times trailing earnings and 0.7 times sales. That looks like a bargain when you reflect on the company's track record. Earnings per share have grown 65% on a five-year annualized basis while sales have increased by 24%. Both of these metrics are well above the industry average. What's more, the company has very little debt, a low price-to-book value, and pays a small dividend of 10 cents a share. Analysts are mostly positive on the company, and recently praised its strong fourth-quarter results, which included an 11% jump in revenue and a big improvement in operating margins. Thomas Weisel analyst Skip Carpenter said Landry's Restaurants offers "an extraordinary competitive advantage in the casual dining segment." The company, which operates 286 restaurants, plans to open 20 to 22 more this year, of which eight to 10 will be Joe's Crab Shacks -- the firm's main revenue driver. "Landry's competitive position along with favorable sector fundamentals will allow the company to achieve 12% to 15% long-term earnings growth," Carpenter said. Analysts surveyed by Thomson One Analytics expect the firm to earn $1.93 a share this year, up from an operating profit of $1.77 last year.