Best 28 Steak Houses in Millbury, MA with Reviews -

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By: Lynn R.
LongHorn Steakhouse
We hadn’t been to Longhorn in years, so when we were in the mood for steak, we headed there. We arrived shortly before 5:30 p.m. and were quite surprised to see such a crowd, even for a Friday night, being so early. But being school vacation week, many parents having kiddies in tow, we learned that Longhorn’s offers $8.25 movie tickets if you dine there first. The hostess informed us that this deal has been going on for quite some time, but as we had not been there for so long, it was news to us.After passing on appetizers, we ordered drinks and enjoyed the small amount of au gratis honey wheat bread brought quickly to our table by our server. Sis was delighted with her refreshing white peach sangria, a bargain at $7.49 for a large bulbous glass. My peach iced tea was refreshing as well and an even better bargain at $2.99 for a tall bottomless glass (I had a second refill but could not finish it). My 11 oz. ribeye was perfectly done to my requested medium-rare. Well-marbled and extremely flavorful, I enjoyed this steak with Longhorn’s hot and tasty fries. Sis’s 6 oz. filet was done to her specification of medium-rare and was very tender, if not as flavorful as my ribeye (I shared). She also liked her baked sweet potato with cinnamon and butter, but I thought the Caesar salads which came with the steaks were just okay. Sis liked the shaved Parmesan on top (a nice touch). Our server, Helena, was thoughtful, pleasant and attentive without be obtrusive. I felt our meal was a bargain considering the quality and we spent much less than we would have at other steakhouses. My only complaint was the lack of lighting at our booth. We’ll be back to take advantage of their dinner before a movie deal.

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