Now you can treat your guests to an Australian-themed barbecue without any backyard grilling, thanks to Outback Steakhouse’s first-ever nationwide rollout. The major American restaurant chain has just launched a service that will make it simple to host family and friends over a perfectly grilled meal, no matter the size of the occasion.
The Tampa, Fla.-based chain just launched new catering services, which will include everything from boxed lunches to buffet-style options. Outback now offers catering at 70% of its US locations, with plans to expand, according to a statement. The service is available at 481 Outback restaurants across the country.
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“We look forward to sharing milestone moments with our guests at occasions such as weddings, family reunions, watch parties and celebrations,” said Brett Patterson, President of Outback Steakhouse. “We are especially excited to meet the needs of employees when they return to the office, as we know the power of sharing a great meal, whether for recognition or a social gathering during a busy day.”
Outback Catering Menu consists of menu favorites like Alice Spring Chicken, Kookaburra Tenderloin Skewers and Wings, and of course, her famous brown breads. The menu will also include sides and desserts, drinks, plus exclusive offers like a build-your-own burger bar.
For occasions featuring groups of ten or more, customers can order buffet style. The option provides the ability to mix and match premium steaks, chicken, salads to share and dessert platters.
Outback Steakhouse was founded in 1987 and currently has 697 locations in the United States. The restaurant is famous for its steaks and its iconic Bloomin’ Onion, which is served with a horseradish and mayonnaise dip. In 2011, the dish was featured on CMT’s Top Secret Recipe.
Catering is available for pickup before 4 p.m. daily at participating locations, while 12 hours notice is required for delivery. For more information on Outback Steakhouse’s catering services, visit its restoration page.
Amber Lake is a staff writer at Eat This, Not That! and holds a journalism degree from UNF in Jacksonville, Florida. Read more