Outback Steakhouse Welcomes ‘Mates’ In Euless With New Restaurant
A new Outback Steakhouse® is bloomin’ in Tarrant County and bringing 25 new jobs to the community. Located at 2601 State Highway 121, the new Outback will officially open to guests on October 18 at 11 a.m. To mark the grand opening, a ribbon cutting ceremony will take place at 10:30 a.m. on opening day, organized by the HEB Chamber of Commerce.
“We are so honored to be a part of the Euless community,” said Scott Ruka, managing partner of the Euless Outback location. “We’re looking forward to welcoming our friends and neighbors on opening day with delicious food and the opportunity to give back to a great organization.”
As part of Outback Steakhouse’s ongoing nationwide charity give-back program, and to show its support for the Euless community, 50-percent of opening day sales (Up to $5,000) will be donated to 6 Stones, a local charity consisting of churches, businesses and nonprofits that have come together to meet the needs of the community.
“We are excited for the opening of this new restaurant as it is always an honor to partner with businesses that want to do good,” said Scott Sheppard, Executive Director of 6 Stones. “This donation from Outback reinforces its place in the community, and we look forward to using this contribution to bless more families in our city with the resources that they need to be successful.”
The new Outback Steakhouse replaces a previous location in Euless, which closed on October 10. Guests at the new Outback will be able to enjoy signature grilled steaks, chicken and seafood entrees, and the Bloomin’ Onion in a restaurant boasting the chain’s new “Modern Australia” design, with décor that mirrors the indigenous flora and fauna, adventure, geography and leisure of modern day Australia. Featuring a spacious dining room and bar area able to accommodate 242 guests, the 6,497-square foot restaurant will employ approximately 80 employees, 25 of whom are new hires.