LongHorn Steakhouse cuts its first steak in Dover

Dover Mayor Robin Christiansen, right, enjoys a “first cut” of steak with restaurant staff at the city’s newest addition — LongHorn Steakhouse. Submitted photo)

DOVER — To celebrate their official opening, LongHorn Steakhouse hosted a “lasso cutting” and steak cutting last Monday.

The new location, in the Capital Commons shopping center on 505 N. DuPont Highway in Dover, is open daily from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. and open till 11 p.m. on Friday and Saturday.

“We identified Dover and the Capital Commons shopping center as a great place to open a new restaurant, with long-term growth potential,” said managing partner Ray Nash. “We’ve received outstanding support from the community, and are looking forward to getting to know each of our guests. We’re very happy to be opening the second LongHorn Steakhouse in the state of Delaware right here in Dover.”

The state’s other LongHorn Steakhouse is in Bear.

The newly constructed building is 5,842 square feet, will host up to 200 guests and create around 80 new jobs.

According to management, servicing the community is part of the restaurants mission. They claim that they regularly “support organizations and individuals” who share their value of “doing things the right way through fundraising efforts, donations and grants that benefit local organizations and causes.”

Management also noted that the new restaurant will participate in the “LongHorn Harvest program” and will donate unused food to a local food bank each week in Dover. LongHorn Steakhouse restaurants claim to have donated more than 18.9 million pounds of food to local non-profit organizations across the country through this program.

Ribbon cutting

• KiwinSoft — web app solutions company hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony with the Central Delaware Chamber of Commerce on April 27. For more information on the company, call 302-465-3452, or visit kiwinsoft.com.

• My Salon Suite — salon to host a ribbon cutting on May 21 at 11 a.m. on 250 Gateway South Blvd. in Dover. (302) 233-6847


• ACME — market chain’s location in Dover will be closing in June, according to management.

Did we miss something? Let us know about local business happenings by contacting staff writer Ian Gronau at 741-8272 or newsroom@newszap.com.

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