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New steakhouse grants Dallas 8 kinds of steak including a CFS

New steakhouse grants Dallas 8 kinds of steak including a CFS

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Not sure if you can discern it, but this photo has a theme. Photo courtesy of Longhorn Steakhouse

A new steakhouse chain from out of town is coming to Dallas-Fort Worth: LongHorn Steakhouse is opening its first area location in Plano, at 3421 Central Expy., at the northwest corner of Parker Road, in what was previously Posados Cafe, which closed in August 2017.

LongHorn is part of Florida-based Darden Group, which local foodies will recognize as the owner of the Seasons 52 chain. LongHorn was founded in 1981 in Atlanta, Georgia, and purchased by Darden Restaurants, Inc. in 2007.

They summarize their offerings as steak, ice-cold beer and beverages, freshly baked bread, salads, sides, and desserts.

The menu includes eight renditions of steak: rib eye, T-bone, porterhouse, flat iron, chop steak, filet, surf 'n' turf, and a chicken-fried steak.

Non-steak things include prime rib, baby back ribs, salmon, parmesan-crusted chicken, and chicken-fried chicken — otherwise known as fried chicken.

Sides include mac and cheese, steamed asparagus, creamed spinach, and a maple-roasted spaghetti squash.

There are wings, stuffed jalapenos, calamari, and queso with brisket. At lunch, there are salads and burgers. Their signature dessert is a molten lava cake.

Their signature cocktail is a margarita, which they also offer in a strawberry version.

According to a spokesperson, the restaurant will open in spring 2018, but an exact date is still to be determined. However, the chain is hosting a live pop-up with executive chef Jens Dahlmann and Plano managing partner Kyle Souder, where they present demos of food and drink.

The pop-up is open to the public on March 9, from 3:30-7:30 pm in old downtown Plano, at the McCall Plaza at 998 E. 15th St. Perhaps a morsel of steak might come your way.

Other locations are in San Antonio, Austin, Houston, and Waco, and more than 500 locations total, with the majority in the Southeast.

A new steakhouse chain from out of town is coming to Dallas-Fort Worth: LongHorn Steakhouse is opening its first area location in Plano, at 3421 Central Expy., at the northwest corner of Parker Road, in what was previously Posados Cafe, which closed in August 2017.

LongHorn is part of Florida-based Darden Group, which local foodies will recognize as the owner of the Seasons 52 chain. LongHorn was founded in 1981 in Atlanta, Georgia, and purchased by Darden Restaurants, Inc. in 2007.

They summarize their offerings as steak, ice-cold beer and beverages, freshly baked bread, salads, sides, and desserts.

The menu includes eight renditions of steak: rib eye, T-bone, porterhouse, flat iron, chop steak, filet, and a chicken-fried steak.

Non-steak things include prime rib, baby back ribs, salmon, parmesan-crusted chicken, and chicken-fried chicken — otherwise known as fried chicken.

Sides include mac and cheese, steamed asparagus, creamed spinach, and a maple-roasted spaghetti squash.

There are wings, stuffed jalapenos, calamari, and queso with brisket. At lunch, there are salads and burgers. Their signature dessert is a molten lava cake.

Their signature cocktail is a margarita, which they also offer in a strawberry version.

According to a spokesperson, the restaurant will open in mid-2018, but an exact date is still to be determined. However, the chain is hosting a live pop-up with executive chef Jens Dahlmann and Plano managing partner Kyle Souder, where they present demos of food and drink.

The pop-up is open to the public on March 9, from 3:30-7:30 pm in old downtown Plano, at the McCall Plaza at 998 E. 15th St. Email vanesatostes@costacg.com.

Other locations are in San Antonio, Austin, Houston, and Waco, and more than 500 locations total, with the majority in the Southeast.

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