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The 8 Best Steakhouse Chains in the US, Ranked

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Outback Steakhouse

There are fewer than 700 Outback Steakhouse restaurants in the US, all of which have an Australian motif. It turns out that the food is not at all genuinely Australian, despite the fact that everyone adores the searing steaks and Australian accents from its advertisements.

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Sizzler

Since its 1958 opening in California, the Sizzler brand has grown to become a well-known American steakhouse business. During one of his programs, Anthony Bourdain even made a trip there.

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Texas Roadhouse

With more than 580 sites and counting, Texas Roadhouse is one of the fastest-growing steakhouse franchises in the United States. These eateries specialize in casual steakhouse chains and steaks prepared in Texan and Southwestern cuisine.

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Morton’s

Established in the Chicago steakhouse tradition, Morton's The Steakhouse is a brand of restaurants. This brand, which currently has over 60 locations, is committed to serving consistently excellent food and true hospitality.

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LongHorn Steakhouse

LongHorn Steakhouse is the place to go if you're searching for high-end steakhouse excellence at casual restaurant costs. With more than 500 locations across the country, there's probably one close to where you are.

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Fleming’s

The menu at Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar is enormous and offers everything from mouthwatering appetizers to rich desserts. Despite being a traditional fine dining steakhouse, the wide menu.

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Ruth’s Chris

There isn't a better chain restaurant in America than Ruth's Chris Steak House. It has become an expert at serving tasty steaks, almost to the point of science. This chain of steakhouses knows how important it is to keep things simple.

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The Capital Grille

The cuisine at Capital Grille is bold and extensive, and it never lets you down. Try the dry-aged bone-in New York steak with a crust of black truffle and gorgonzola if you want to try something different from the usual steak.