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New-look Outback Steakhouse opens Tuesday in Schaumburg


A mural of a koala climbing the Willis Tower in Chicago is among the many eye-catching paintings at Outback Steakhouse’s relocated and redesigned Schaumburg restaurant.
Courtesy of Outback Steakhouse

The brand new Outback Steakhouse location set for a grand opening Tuesday in Schaumburg would be the first of the chain’s Chicago-area eating places to sport a redesigned look.

Relocating from 216 E. Golf Street to a smaller 4,694-square-foot constructing at 1140 Plaza Drive, the restaurant will characteristic a contemporary Aussie environment together with a central bar impressed by the Nice Barrier Reef and attention-grabbing paintings that features a mural of a large koala climbing Chicago’s Willis Tower.

The relocated Outback Steakhouse in Schaumburg will characteristic a bar impressed by the Nice Barrier Reef and a eating room accommodating 187 friends.
Courtesy of Outback Steakhouse

The grand opening will happen at 4 p.m. Outback will donate $5,000 of proceeds from its opening day to the Schaumburg Hearth Fighters Affiliation.

A ribbon-cutting ceremony will comply with at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday. Attendees can have an opportunity to obtain free Bloomin’ Onion Appetizer Playing cards, Outback merchandise whereas provides final, and giveaways similar to an opportunity to win free Outback Steakhouse for a 12 months by signing up for the Dine Rewards loyalty program.

The brand new web site created greater than 100 job alternatives in Schaumburg and continues to simply accept functions, Outback representatives say.

Schaumburg’s Outback Steakhouse restaurant will open Tuesday at 1140 Plaza Drive. It moved from one other location on the town, 216 E. Golf Street.
Courtesy of Outback Steakhouse

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