LongHorn Steakhouse

★★★★☆
  • 20017 Century Blvd

    Germantown, MD 20874

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  • 240-686-2060

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Outback Steakhouse is the best place to go for Steaks in the Germantown area. For comparison, I went to both the Outback Steakhouse in Germantown, as well as Longhorn Steakhouse, and Longhorn wins on the most important aspects of the dining experience.

The decor of the restaraunt is what anyone would expect from a restaraunt with the name Longhorn, a stereotypical view of a decor of a log cabin / hunter's sanctuary with Texas themes found throughout. A nice calming mood lighting can be found throughout the restaraunt, and the seats comfortable for some belly busting meals.

The appetizers are great, particularly the Shrimp with the peppers. As noted by a good friend, it goes great with any beer to accompany it. The appetizers in general are much better than what can be found by Outback, because Longhorn seems to have a signature feel to its own appetizers that make them somewhat unique from the eclectic mix of appetizers that can be found at big chain restaraunts.

The Steaks are equally delicious, especially cooked at Medium. The seasoning of the Steaks is on par as Outback Steakhouse, but the meat is much more tender. And the fixings that come with the steak also outdo Outback. And they even have Gravy for the Mashed Potatoes.

Everything about Longhorn makes for a good dining experience, but there are three minor things that they lack that Outback has. The drinks, especially cocktails and the sort, are quite lacking at Longhorn. This isn't a bad thing, and since Longhorn caters more to the Beer and Wine drinking crowd, rather than fruity drinks, this is understandable. But it should be noted.

Also, note to bread lovers, the bread is good but is not the soft delictable treat found at Outback. It is a bit chunkier, and the butter not as easily spreadable. This might possibly due to the fact that it is served somewhat cold.

The prices for all the food here, are also a bit more expensive than Outback. On the average the prices are about $1-$5 more for comparable items.

Overall, a great alternative to the "australian" Outback experience, one that is a bit more reserved (except the decor) and lot less noisy.

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★★★★☆

Outback Steakhouse is the best place to go for Steaks in the Germantown area. For comparison, I went to both the Outback Steakhouse in Germantown, as well as Longhorn Steakhouse, and Longhorn wins on the most important aspects of the dining experience.

The decor of the restaraunt is what anyone would expect from a restaraunt with the name Longhorn, a stereotypical view of a decor of a log cabin / hunter's sanctuary with Texas themes found throughout. A nice calming mood lighting can be found throughout the restaraunt, and the seats comfortable for some belly busting meals.

The appetizers are great, particularly the Shrimp with the peppers. As noted by a good friend, it goes great with any beer to accompany it. The appetizers in general are much better than what can be found by Outback, because Longhorn seems to have a signature feel to its own appetizers that make them somewhat unique from the eclectic mix of appetizers that can be found at big chain restaraunts.

The Steaks are equally delicious, especially cooked at Medium. The seasoning of the Steaks is on par as Outback Steakhouse, but the meat is much more tender. And the fixings that come with the steak also outdo Outback. And they even have Gravy for the Mashed Potatoes.

Everything about Longhorn makes for a good dining experience, but there are three minor things that they lack that Outback has. The drinks, especially cocktails and the sort, are quite lacking at Longhorn. This isn't a bad thing, and since Longhorn caters more to the Beer and Wine drinking crowd, rather than fruity drinks, this is understandable. But it should be noted.

Also, note to bread lovers, the bread is good but is not the soft delictable treat found at Outback. It is a bit chunkier, and the butter not as easily spreadable. This might possibly due to the fact that it is served somewhat cold.

The prices for all the food here, are also a bit more expensive than Outback. On the average the prices are about $1-$5 more for comparable items.

Overall, a great alternative to the "australian" Outback experience, one that is a bit more reserved (except the decor) and lot less noisy.

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LongHorn greets guests to a warm atmosphere where great servers help them unwind & savor delicious steakhouse meals. With a passion for grilling, LongHorn always serves fresh steaks, chicken & fish. - Steakhouse, Steak Restaurants, Steak, Grill Restaurant, Chicken, Seafood, Ribs

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