LongHorn Steakhouse Opens In The 5 Boroughs

LongHorn Steakhouse Opens In The 5 Boroughs

Anyone who follows along with me on Instagram or any other Social Media outlet knows I am a #foodie. We travel for food and are not shy to let the world know when we “like” or enjoy a restaurant. Being frequent visitors to the 5 Boroughs we were super excited to hear about LongHorn Steak House opening last week at 92-30 59th Ave, Elmhurst NY.

92-30 59th Ave, Elmhurst NY

92-30 59th Ave, Elmhurst NY

LongHorn Steakhouse prides itself on its fresh, never frozen, expertly grilled and boldly seasoned steaks. The restaurant’s design is inspired by the American West and is reminiscent of a rancher’s home. Its interiors feature updated, contemporary artwork and sculptures of horses, western landscapes and sunsets complemented by warm tones, wood, stone and steel fixtures.

 

The 6,570-square-foot restaurant will seat more than 240 guests and has  created approximately 80-100 new jobs.  With a goal of becoming America’s favorite steakhouse, LongHorn currently operates more than 460 restaurants in 40 states.

 

The restaurant will open featuring LongHorn’s new fall Peak Season and Chef’s Showcase menus, as well as the new Prime Time menu.

  • Fall Peak Season – LongHorn’s Peak Season menu changes four times a year and features fresh flavors of the season. This fall, guests can enjoy new items, like Pub Pretzel Sticks, Mushroom Truffle Bisque, Potato & Leek Au Gratin, Bleu Ridge Wedge Salad, and Pumpkin Spice Lava Cake for dessert.

 

  • Chef’s Showcase – Chef’s Showcase celebrates LongHorn’s Executive Chefs’ culinary inspiration and creativity. This fall, it features a Harvest Mushroom Filet and Apple Cider Baby Back Ribs.
RIBS YUM RIBS YUM

RIBS YUM RIBS YUM

 

  • LongHorn Prime Time – This menu features late afternoon specials at all LongHorn locations across the country, including a variety of $3, $4 and $5 drinks and bold bites. Prime Time is offered Monday through Friday from 4 to 7 p.m., and features dishes like the Spicy Chicken Bites and Sweet Corn Fritters.

The people of LongHorn aim to be a positive force that makes real, substantive connections within the

community. They support organizations and individuals who share the same values of doing things the right way through

fundraising efforts, donations and grants that benefit local organizations and causes. As part of the pre-opening

training period, they will host a Friends and Family night with proceeds benefiting the Boys & Girls Club of

Metro Queens. Additionally, each restaurant participates in our parent company’s Darden Harvest program to

help feed the hungry. All LongHorn Steakhouse restaurants across the country contribute unused, wholesome

food to local food banks daily and host holiday meals for families in need.

What’s on your mind to try when you visit Longhorn Steakhouse?