Atlanta >Longhorn Steakhouse
“darn good steak, drink, lively singles scene, and just good fun.”
“very good tossed salad, bleu cheese dressing, and still a good drink.”
“never try their steak but the rib is awesome.”
“great food but kinda overpriced”
Amen to the staff!. The staff at this location deserves even more stars than 5! My husband, son and I went last weekend. We had such a warm welcome from the front door until the time we left. I will be writing the general manager to let him know how lucky he is to have such an amazing staff!
great food but kinda overpriced. never try their steak but the rib is awesome. ..choose the texas tonion as a starter and dunt forget the dipping sause...yyyyyyyyummy....
Try the Renegade....... I have been visiting Longhorn for many, many years. The T-Bone and Flo's filet have always been my favorite, but I recently found the best Steak on the Menu. At half the price! Try the Renegade Sirloin. A great cut with great aging and flavoring........ As prices go up it is nice to find a meal that gives you quality and taste with out "breaking the bank"...
ATL's Landmark Steakhouse-New Location! Good Steaks-Great Prices-Families!. Around twenty-five years ago, on P'tree Rd. a little hole-in-the-wall steakhouse, was opened by George McKerrow. Many of us ate there weekly, as we had just finished college, and on our first career jobs. A darn good steak, drink, lively singles scene, and just good fun. Today, Longhorn Steakhouse, is no longer a joint for steaks, but a major player in the area. That joint has moved to a much larger location at Lindberg City Center. It's big time, with popular prices, and us former singles, are now bringing our kids. A very good tossed salad, bleu cheese dressing, and still a good drink. Not fancy-schmantzy, thank goodness. And still a darn good steak dinner. Multiple metro locations!
National chain rustles up rib eyes, T-bones and fillets in a kid-friendly, Lone Star-inspired setting..
One of the country's most successful steakhouse empires attracts a casual crowd with huge, reasonably priced steak dinners and a tempered Texan milieu (country music and imposing cattle busts). Wise diners turn off their internal calorie counters, as many menu items arrive fried, covered in cheese, or both. A typically rich meal starts with cheese fries, followed by a blue cheese-crusted fillet. Fried cheesecake ends the night on a note of Texas-sized decadence.
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