LongHorn Steakhouse Comes to ATL Airport

Posted in At the Terminal, ATL, Domestic US

It took more than thirty years after the very first LongHorn Steakhouse opened in Atlanta’s Buckhead neighborhood in 1981, but Hartfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) finally has an outpost of the chain for travelers desperate to get some charred beef in before a flight. Just opened on February 2nd, the airport version of LongHorn resides in Concourse C and offers a full sit-down experience with hand-seasoned steaks grilled on flattops and open-flame char grills, along with chicken, fish, ribs, and salads. If you’re traveling with AirTran or Southwest (and some Delta flights) through Atlanta, you can finally get that bone-in “Outlaw Ribeye” that you so desperately crave.

The big question is, which airport steakhouse is going to reign supreme? Will it be LongHorn? DFW’s (and soon-to-be LAX) III Forks? Any of JFK’s steak joints (The Palm, 5ive, Bobby Van’s, Todd English’s Bonfire). Only time will tell.

Comments

  1. We just ate there and not only was my husband’s steak underdone, we were ignored the entire time. Worst service that I have ever had. Will not be going back.

  2. I work for Longhorn out of the airport.Cant find your website other than this to apply for a position. Can you help?

  3. The waitress there robbed me $20.00! I ordered breakfast and coffee. And, was charged $37.00. To make matters worse, there’s no listed phone number of the airport location. Jilted! I guess I have to wait to see what the bank’s investigation turns up.

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