Outback Steakhouse Launches New Holiday Menu

Tracy Stengel
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For Outback Steakhouse, it’s not only the holiday season — it’s ‘Steakmas Season!’ To celebrate, Outback has put together a new menu that combines Outback Classics with exciting new creations from their elves in Research & Development.

“Some of the best holiday memories are made at the dinner table,” Brett Patterson, President of Outback Steakhouse, said in a recent press release.” That’s why we encourage our guests to take their aprons off, put their ugly sweaters on, and let us take care of the rest.”

The shining star of the new Steakmas Season menu is the Bone-In Ribeye with Bourbon Onion. This is a dish brimming with deliciousness. It starts with an 18-ounce, bone-in ribeye crowned with a caramelized Jim Beam bourbon colossal onion, bacon, and roasted garlic butter. It comes with your choice of potato and a side.

Do you love a Bloomin’ Onion and some French Onion Soup? Then you’re going to love the next new item on the Steakmas Season menu. Check out the Bloomin’ French Onion Sirloin! The center-cut sirloin is blanketed with melted Provolone cheese and Bloomin’Onion petals. It is served with your choice of potato and a side. You can pour the French Onion Soup over everything, keep it on the side to dip your steak and potato in, or eat it with a spoon.

Remember – at the Outback, there’s no rules. Just right!

’Tis the season to overindulge, isn’t it? There is no better guilty pleasure at Outback than the new Chocolate Tower. It is a generous slice of 6-layer topped with whipped cream, garnished with chocolate shavings, and served with raspberry sauce. Want to go all out? Order it with a scoop of vanilla ice cream!

Outback’s new Steakmas Season menu also includes 4 of the classic menu items that are in high demand all year long.

The Wedge Salad is a great way to start off your holiday meal. A crisp wedge of iceberg lettuce is the base for tomato, red onion, bacon and blue cheese dressing. It’s finished off with a drizzle of balsamic glaze.

Steakhouse Mac & Cheese Bites could be an appetizer or a meal. It’s eight golden-fried bites of macaroni, Parmesan, Mozzarella, and Asiago cheese. It comes with ranch dressing for dipping.

If you’d like some seafood in your Steakmas Season, try the Bloomin’ Fried Shrimp. These bite-size golden beauties are hand breaded with the same spices as the iconic Bloomin’ Onion and fried to perfection. The accompanying Outback’s signature spicy bloom sauce is perfect for dipping.

If you can’t think of anything better than surf and turf over pasta, you need to try the Kingsland Pasta. It is grilled steak and shrimp atop a bed of pasta tossed in a bold alfredo sauce. Yum!

Outback knows Steakmas Season deserves a couple signature cocktails to add some extra cheer to the party. There are two new dynamite concoctions to choose from.

The Gingerbread Cookie Martini is as fun and delicious as it sounds. It combines Absolut Vodka, Bailey’s Irish Cream, and Kahlua and then is hand-shaken with creamy vanilla and gingerbread flavors. It is decked out with whipped cream and a miniature gingerbread cookie.

Sounds adorable, right? You can order the Gingerbread Cookie Martini to go in a kit that serves three. It can be used as a hostess gift or to get in the holiday spirit while trimming the tree.

The Smoked Cinnamon Pecan Old Fashioned is a sophisticated blend of Woodford Reserve Bourbon, Angostura bitters and house-infused cinnamon pecan syrup, smoked with oak. Not only is it a celebration for the tastebuds, it smells amazing.

Which item on the new Steakmas Season menu sounds the most appealing? I’d love to read your opinions in the comments! Have a safe and merry holiday season no matter where you dine!

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