LongHorn Steakhouse will officially open its newest location in Orlando on Tuesday, July 10. Guests can begin dining at the new restaurant at 3 p.m. for dinner, and regular hours will begin the next day at 11 a.m. Located at 5460 West Oak Ridge Road near the Orlando Premium Outlets, the restaurant will be led by 14-year LongHorn veteran Robert Pere as Managing Partner.
The Oak Ridge Road location is one of two Orlando-area LongHorn Steakhouse restaurants opening this year. Another location will also open at 3101 East Colonial Drive this fall.
To celebrate the opening, the restaurant will host a “lasso cutting” ceremony on July 10 at 2 p.m. in partnership with the Orlando Regional Chamber of Commerce. During the event, the restaurant team will select one special guest to mark the opening moment by making the first steak cut.
LongHorn Steakhouse prides itself on serving fresh, never frozen, expertly grilled and boldly seasoned steaks – like its famous bone-in Outlaw Ribeye – that are prepared by a Certified Grill Master. The restaurant’s design celebrates the natural beauty of the American West, with interiors featuring contemporary artwork and sculptures of horses, western landscapes and sunsets complemented by warm tones, wood and stone. The 5,930-square-foot restaurant will seat more than 200 guests and will create more than 60 new jobs for the community.