LongHorn Steakhouse will be directly west of Cheddar’s Scratch Kitchen in The Market at Czech Hall retail development on the southwest corner of I-40 and Czech Hall Road. This will be the company’s fourth restaurant in Oklahoma.
Stuart Graham, first vice president of CBRE Group Retail Services in Oklahoma City, confirmed LongHorn Steakhouse will occupy an out parcel next to Cheddar’s and Hooters facing I-40 in the Market at Czech Hall.
Co-tenants in this regional shopping center south of I-40 include: Academy, Ross, Petco, Ulta, Marshalls, Five Below, and GNC.
Founded in 1981 in Atlanta, Ga., LongHorn Steakhouse features fresh, boldly seasoned and expertly grilled steaks served in a relaxed, warm atmosphere inspired by a rancher’s home. Other menu favorites are fresh Atlantic salmon marinated in house-made brown sugar bourbon marinade, and slow-roasted baby back ribs based in homemade barbecue sauce.
The new LongHorn Steakhouse in The Market at Czech Hall is being constructed by Jerry Kachel Builder Inc. of Spring, Texas.
LongHorn Steakhouse has more than 480 restaurants across 40 states and is a division of Darden Restaurants, Inc. LongHorn now has three restaurants in Oklahoma: 2521 W Memorial Road in Oklahoma City, 210 Interstate Drive in Norman and 9111 E 71st St. in Tulsa.
As part of its commitment to making a positive difference in the lives of others in the community, LongHorn Steakhouse restaurants have donated nearly 15 million pounds of food to local non-profit organizations across the country.