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The best casual steakhouse chains in America

The Daily Meal Logo By Dan Myers of The Daily Meal | Slide 1 of 13: From super cheap to outrageously expensive, from pizza chains to seafood restaurants, from kid-oriented to adults-only, there’s a sit-down chain for everyone out there. While the “bar and grill” (Applebee's, Friday's, etc.) might be one of the most common types of chains, there’s one that’s arguably more beloved than any other: the casual steakhouse.There are two very different types of chain steakhouses, and for today’s purposes, we’re ranking only one of them: the casual chains. While both Outback and Capital Grille specialize in steak, they are very different otherwise, so comparing the two is like comparing apples to oranges. Comparing Outback to LongHorn, on the other hand, well that’s something worth exploring.

The Best Casual Steakhouse Chains in America

From super cheap to outrageously expensive, from pizza chains to seafood restaurants, from kid-oriented to adults-only, there’s a sit-down chain for everyone out there. While the “bar and grill” (Applebee's, Friday's, etc.) might be one of the most common types of chains, there’s one that’s arguably more beloved than any other: the casual steakhouse.

There are two very different types of chain steakhouses, and for today’s purposes, we’re ranking only one of them: the casual chains. While both Outback and Capital Grille specialize in steak, they are very different otherwise, so comparing the two is like comparing apples to oranges. Comparing Outback to LongHorn, on the other hand, well that’s something worth exploring.

© Photo courtesy Outback Steakhouse

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