Crafted SteaksYou probably speak LongHorn Steakhouse language, steak, if you are here. Making LongHorn Steakhouse's renowned, expertly crafted steaks begins with selecting quality cuts and concludes on the grill, where most good things do. At longhorn, they do things the right way because that is what great steak deserves, while some take shortcuts and cut corners. Furthermore, that is what you deserve. More would be said, but that would only make them hungry. LongHorn Steakhouse doesn't just speak the talk at longhorn. LongHorn Steakhouse restaurants and neighbourhoods reflect LongHorn Steakhouse's pride in what LongHorn Steakhouse accomplish. True, doing things correctly isn't always the simplest option, but it's worthwhile.
The fight against hunger is a priority for LongHorn Steakhouse in the communities LongHorn Steakhouse serve. Due to the epidemic, 60 million more people—an increase of 50%—requested aid from food banks, and the need for food assistance is still great. Because of this, every one of LongHorn Steakhouse restaurants takes part in the LongHorn Steakhouse Harvest initiative, which involves giving healthful, high-quality food to regional nonprofit partners. As long-standing supporters of Feeding America, LongHorn Steakhouse's parent company's charitable arm, the Darden Foundation, has donated more than $10 million over the past five years on behalf of LongHorn Steakhouse family of restaurants to aid food banks in all 50 states.
LongHorn Steakhouse has teamed up with Feeding America to improve mobile food pantry programs in areas with a disproportionately high incidence of food insecurity as part of LongHorn Steakhouse's continued efforts to battle hunger. A 26 foot refrigerated box truck has been given to 15 Feeding America food banks in 15 different regions of the country through grants from the Darden Foundation and additional assistance from Darden's partners, Penske Truck Leasing and Lineage Logistics, to help increase access to wholesome food for those who need it most.