Longhorn Steakhouse is a restaurant that features themes evoking the old west and Texas. All the restaurants are decorated with oil paintings, old photographs, and artifacts from the Old West, to give them an ambience almost as flavorful as their food.
Founded in 1980, Longhorn Steakhouse began with themes of the Wild West complete with animal heads on the walls. Beginning in 2001, as it operated 34 restaurants, Longhorn Steakhouse made the decision to lease sites for their restaurants rather than to buy them. This decision was part of their unique program to keep prices down and quality high. Amidst a pattern of enormous growth, the Longhorn Steakhouse’s famous Peachtree Road restaurant (the original Longhorn Steakhouse) was closed and reopened at a different location. In 2007, Longhorn Steakhouse was sold to Darden Restaurants (the owners of other restaurants such as the Olive Garden, Red Lobster, and Bahama Breeze.
Longhorn Steakhouse is committed to serving the communities wherein they are located. Customers should contact their local Longhorn Steakhouse management to learn about their particular community programs. In the past, all Longhorn Steakhouses have participated in the Red Cross “Dine for America” to support humanitarian efforts around the country.
The food at Longhorn Steakhouse is best known for its “Flo’s Filet,” one of their most popular steaks. All the steaks at Longhorn Steakhouse are hand cut, and hand seasoned. Customers at Longhorn Steakhouse are not limited to steak either: their menu includes the great tastes of salmon, ribs, chicken, and a variety of salads. Longhorn Steakhouse is also known for its appetizers like the “Tonion” and “Wild West Shrimp.” Side dishes are also served at Longhorn Steakhouse. In keeping with western tradition; Longhorn Steakhouse has a complete bar featuring their signature margaritas, beer, and wine. While known as a great place to eat dinner, Longhorn Steakhouse also features a lunch menu that offers soup, salads, and sandwiches, as well as hamburgers. Whether dining at Longhorn Steakhouse for lunch or dinner, be sure to expect Texas sized servings with all their menu options.
While a lot of printable coupon web sites claim to have Longhorn Steakhouse coupons, they are not legitimate. Longhorn Steakhouse states explicitly on their web site that they do not have any online specials or discounts. While customers can get a printable coupon that is good for a free appetizer by joining their email list, Longhorn Steakhouse publishes coupons only on Sunday in local newspapers. Check your local newspaper so you don’t miss the next coupons that become available.