Outback Steakhouse opening Oct. 16 near IKEA

Outback Steakhouse

Outback Steakhouse will open Oct. 16 in the Belgate Shopping Center

A new Outback Steakhouse is bloomin’ in University City’s Belgate Shopping Center at 8405 IKEA Blvd. The new Outback will officially open to guests on Monday, Oct. 16, at 11 a.m.

The new Outback Steakhouse replaces a previous location at 1015 Chancellor Park Dr.

Guests at the new restaurant will be able to enjoy signature grilled steaks, chicken and seafood entrees, and the Bloomin’ Onion in a restaurant boasting the chain’s new “Modern Australia” design, with décor that mirrors the indigenous flora and fauna, adventure, geography and leisure of modern day Australia.

The dining area can seat about 245 guests, including 85 in the bar.  The new restaurant will also feature delivery to homes within a 10-minute radius of the restaurant!


Outback Alzheimer's campaign poster

Present this flyer on Oct. 16, and Outback will donate half of your total check to the chapter.

Opening Day events

Ribbon Cutting – You’re invited to take part in the official ribbon cutting, 11:30 am-12:30 p.m. Oct. 16.

Help fight Alzheimer’s on Oct. 16 – Guests to the Belgate Shopping Center Outback on Oct. 16 are invited to join Outback in helping the Alzheimer’s Association – Western Carolina Chapter. Present this flyer (outbackgivebackposter) on Oct. 16, and Outback will donate half of your total check to the chapter.  Details: 704-598-7727


Learn more

For more information about Outback Steakhouse, please visit outback.com  or Outback’s Facebook Page

. Call the Belgate Outback at 704-598-7727.


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