Raegan and Ian and I ate at this Longhorn tonight for dinner. This was not our first visit here, probably our 10th.
The meal was uniformly very good. The baked potato soup and bread courses, along with the ceasar salads. My t-bone was excellent; not as tender as some I have had, but well within specs. Raegan had salmon and enjoyed it. The only issue we had was with Ians New York Strip; it had rather more seasoning than we normally like (the steak was tender and had a lot of flavor, it didn’t need all the pepper).
Tea was excellent, and so was service. We got to Longhorn around 1730 and left around 1900. Our check was $73.45. I like Longhorns.