Longhorn Restaurant in Works for Gateway Station
The company hasn't yet closed on the land purchase, but a deal is in the works.
A deal to bring a Longhorn Steakhouse to Barrow County is in the works but the company hasn't closed on the land purchase, Wayne Bartlett with Maynard and Bartlett Realty Group wrote in an e-mail to Barrow Patch.
Longhorn Steakhouses are one of several brands under the Darden family of restaurants, which includes Red Lobster, Olive Garden and Bahama Breeze.
If the restaurant opens, it will be part of Gateway Station off Ga. Highway 316, a planned 14,000-square-foot development. Bartlett confirmed Monday a Varsity restaurant will be built at the site. The location will be a "Varsity Junior" and similar in size to Chick-fil-A.
The planned development is set to feature a splash fountain similar to the one at Mall of Georgia and a clock tower.
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