LongHorn Steakhouse has opened its newest restaurant in Braselton.
The restaurant celebrated the opening with a “lasso cutting” ceremony in partnership with the Jackson County Area Chamber of Commerce and the Town of Braselton.
Mayor Bill Orr and Pastor James from Rejoice Worship Center marked the occasion by cutting into the restaurant’s very first steak.
Located at 2700 Old Winder Hwy., the 5,465-square-foot restaurant seats more than 180 guests and is led by Todd Haskell as managing partner.
"LongHorn Steakhouse is all about quality, serving fresh, never frozen, expertly grilled and boldly seasoned steaks, chicken and fish," organizers state. "The restaurant uses its very own signature seasoning blends that are specially created to complement specific cuts of meat and the way they are grilled. Each restaurant features Certified Grill Masters specially trained in the art of grilling – and they’re the experts in selecting the right cut of steak, boldly seasoning and grilling to each guests’ taste."