Helpful staff, good quality food. It’s still a chain restaurant, so there’s nothing unique or homey about it. But you know what you’re getting, and it’s certainly one of the better chains.
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We stopped by for a late lunch/early dinner (3:00ish) and sat at the bar. The place was very quiet due to our timing, and the bartender was very nice and attentive. My coconut shrimp was perfect and my husband's ribeye was cooked "medium" as he...More
Probably all Outbacks are pretty much the same. We enjoyed our noontime meal on a Sunday with the parents. The room was fairly empty, but the service was good, and the food was fresh and tasty. Easy access off the turnpike with plenty of parking.
When we arrived we had to wait and were given a buzzer. Seemed the buzzer system did not work. We had a touchscreen on the table which we should be able to use to order, call for service and pay. Nice gadget; new system, did...More
To steal what somebody else said, Outback (including this one) is a great go to when you are looking for a great steak from a chain establishment. The food was good. The service is down right terrible. I think the host might have partaken in...More
This place was close to my hotel and it has great service and atmosphere. Had the Salmon and salad. The salmon was under cooked a bit but was great anyway. The manager came out and apologized and offered a dessert for free but come on...More
Flew into Denver and drove to Louisville to spend the night and visit with relatives before heading up to Estes Park. Checked into the Hampton Inn next door and wanted to get some lunch. Outback Steakhouse happen to be next door to the Hampton so...More
It's a typical Outback with really nice employees. Little bit calmer, better open floor plan and more laid back then the stuff, small one at home. Bloomin Onion was perfectly cooked and yummy. (We've gotten them before undercooked-yuck!) Salad was crisp & fresh and we...More