Temecula Planning Commission OK’s LongHorn Steakhouse

The empty lot, across from the Temecula Duck Pond that was formerly a Marie Callender’s restaurant, is soon to be home to LongHorn Steakhouse following approval by the Temecula Planning Commission during its Nov. 17 meeting. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Temecula will soon add a LongHorn Steakhouse to its list of eateries throughout the city after the planning commission approved a request by project applicant Nina Raey, who represented Florida-based Darden Restaurants Inc., which owns the LongHorn Steakhouse chain of restaurants.The new 5,708-square-foot, casual-dining restaurant will be built at the site of the old Marie Callender’s across from the Temecula Duck Pond at 29363 Rancho California Road.The restaurant will be about 3,000 square feet smaller than the Marie Callender’s, which closed in 2019, according to documentation reviewed by Valley News.Featuring an outdoor patio, the restaurant will offer a variety of beef steak dishes including filet mignon, New York Strip and fire-grilled T-Bone steaks along with chicken
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