LongHorn Steakhouse has opened its fifth location in San Antonio, Texas. The restaurant, best known for its atmosphere and flavor of the American West, is located at 22503 N. U.S. Highway 281. As part of its pre-opening training period, the restaurant recently hosted a Friends and Family night which helped raise more than $1,000 for Habitat for Humanity.
The 6,200-square foot restaurant will employ up to 75 team members and seat more than 240 guests. David Marchlewski, a restaurant industry veteran of 20 years, will serve as managing partner.
“LongHorn Steakhouse has received outstanding support from the San Antonio community since opening our first restaurant here last year, and we’re excited to expand our presence in the region with our fifth location in San Antonio,” said Marchlewski. “We look forward to helping our guests relax and unwind in an inviting atmosphere while savoring a great steakhouse meal served with genuine Western hospitality. We’re also pleased we could help support Habitat for Humanity and look forward to making more contributions to the local community for many years to come.”
LongHorn opened its first restaurant in Atlanta 29 years ago and has grown steadily – becoming known for its passion for grilling fresh, never frozen, steaks served in a relaxed, comfortable steakhouse atmosphere. LongHorn is known for more than its signature hand-seasoned Flo’s Filet and the bone-in Outlaw Ribeye. LongHorn chefs love to grill fresh fish and chicken in addition to steak. Items such as LongHorn Salmon, a fresh, hand-cut salmon fillet seasoned with a bourbon marinade; fall-off-the-bone tender Baby Back Ribs; and Parmesan Crusted Chicken, two juicy chicken breasts grilled and topped with a parmesan cheese and garlic crust, are just some of the other specialties guests will find on the menu.
The restaurant opens daily at 11 a.m. for lunch. It is open until 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and until 11 p.m. on Friday and Saturday.