Did you know there is only one Outback Steakhouse in New Hampshire


If you’re craving a blooming onion, you might be surprised to learn that there aren’t many. Outback Steakhouse in New England. That’s right, there are 10 locations in Massachusetts, 6 in Connecticut, and only one in New Hampshire (so if you’re in Maine, you’ll have a bit of a drive since there aren’t any around) .

If you’re wondering where in New Hampshire you can get that delicious appetizer before a nice juicy piece of steak, the only place is at 712 Lafayette Road in Seabrook, New Hampshire. You might be wondering “has there always been one place?” The answer is no, there were once many Outback Steakhouse restaurants in New Hampshire.

According Clicks on restaurantsOutback Steakhouse has been offering Australian-themed cuisine since 1988. Over the years, Outback Steakhouse has grown to over 1,300 locations across the country.

Restaurants come and go, and that seems to have happened to most Outback Steakhouses in New Hampshire. There were locations in Concord, Bedford and two in Portsmouth, however, these all closed, leaving only one location in Seabrook.

S&P Global writes, like many restaurants in 2020, there has been a huge drop in the number of customers frequenting the restaurant. 2020 has been a tough year for restaurants to accommodate dispersed customers and even get people in the door, and Outback Steakhouse was no exception. According to Restaurant Clicks, Outback Steakhouse is trying to help the problem by taking out loans in hopes that the business will return to normal soon. Unfortunately, it is not the case.

There are rumors that all Outback Steakhouse restaurants will close, however, this is still just a rumor, so you can still go out and enjoy Australian cuisine. Gather the family and share this blooming onion.

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