Norridge >Food & Dining > Longhorn Steakhouse
7070 Forest Preserve Ave, Norridge, IL | Directions 6070641.955472 -87.804485
Mon-Thu 11am-10pm ; Fri 11am-11pm ; Sat 11am-11pm ; Sun 11am-10pm
Neighborhoods: Norridge (City)
welcome...to normal... – I have to say being on your feet at the mall all day...and wanting some food after, and having a craving steak comes to mind, what i thought would be a good time to have a great steak turned out to become me fighting with chewing my food. I have to say the service is excellent, but the taste is bland, and not the best. location is great, they get the taste down, they have a great place!
Well Done, I wanted RARE! – I was Recently in a relationship witha young gentleman and he decide for a night at the movie and dinner. i personally love steak so he decided, he would treat me to dinner at the Long Horn. Well i was expecting a nice place, this is more of a casual dinner, not an evening for two, if you get what i mean. In no way am i putting down the service, great mannered people, and just overall "happy" but unfortuanly the atmosphere and food could use some spices. It was a nice meal, The steak was a bit dry and the seasoning was overall not good. This restaurant is a casual dinner area, not for a night on the town. If you are looking for choice A meat i would recommned another restaurant, if your looking to get away and not really a care about what i eat person then have fun and enjoy the excellent service. The pricing is average and i would recommned this to the casual joe, who like his meant well done and a bottle of A1 because thats all the flavor you will get.
Okay – For this restaurant to be a steakhouse, they don't really lay it all out there. The steaks are okay. The taste isn't exuberant. And if you're trying to take someone for a really special occasion, please go to a higher rated chain. This is a good place to go to for casual, semi-casual dining. Moderate pricing.
Thick, juicy steaks are prepared for Texas-sized appetites in a family-friendly, saloon-like setting. – In Short
A ranch-like setting with a soaring beamed wooden ceiling, cowboy boots and longhorns throughout sets the perfect scene for chowing down on the mammoth steaks, ribs and chicken cooked up by this national chain. Large booths line the perimeter, with smaller nooks for couples and small families. On the menu are classic cuts like rib eye, T-bone and filet cooked to order with traditional sides such as baked potatoes, vegetables or fries.
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