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Old Nov 16th 2003, 11:01 pm
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Default Outback restaurant/Florida food?

My beautiful wife loves this restaurant, and she was so excited when one opened up in Birmingham, as shes being missing their food.

Problem is, I am so bloated as I overate considerably.

Not a pretty sight, a fat arsed wabbit!

Do they get Outbacks in Florida, or Macaronne Grill. I know theres fast food Taco Bells (which I adore), but are they numerous in Fl?

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

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Old Nov 17th 2003, 12:07 am
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try this link

http://www.outbacksteakhouse.com/locator/

we unfortunatly don't have one by us we have to travel a few hours , but well worth the drive.
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Old Nov 17th 2003, 7:24 am
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Default Re: Outback restaurant/Florida food?

Originally posted by waxwabbit
My beautiful wife loves this restaurant, and she was so excited when one opened up in Birmingham, as shes being missing their food.

Problem is, I am so bloated as I overate considerably.

Not a pretty sight, a fat arsed wabbit!

Do they get Outbacks in Florida, or Macaronne Grill. I know theres fast food Taco Bells (which I adore), but are they numerous in Fl?

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

No, stop it Lee, or you shall pop!!!
My wife refuses to take me to Taco Bell, and calls it Taco Hell! LOL...I feell I should be able to make up my own mind and shall be investigating when I get to AZ. What's it like anyways?

Outback rocks, but you're right about the bloating thing....bleugh!
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Del Taco is better, seems to have fresher produce, as for outback steakhouse they open a new restaurant everyweek according to thier website, growing faster than starbucks
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We found it was a case of let's go to the Shite house outback after we went. The blooming onion was extremely greasy. Still it is the only place I can eat lamb as Mary Ann hates the thought of the stuff lol.
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Have you tried a chillis restaurant, I was most impressed
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Old Nov 17th 2003, 12:59 pm
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There are plenty of Outbacks in Florida, bound to be one close to where you'll be. I know of 1 Macaroni Grill, in Tampa, so there's probably plenty of them dotted around too.
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Does anybody find the outback comercial where the football player is out cold on the field and they wake him up with the smell of their onion blossom, a little distasteful?

Taco Bell is great for a quick cheap snack. Its far from gourmet, but fills a spot. I reccommend Baja Fresh for fast food Mexican. No Freezers in the restuarant, as everything is fresh on the day. It is a little more pricey than your taco bells or dell tacos.

Rockgurl, your coming to the right place if you like Mexican/Tex Mex food. So much so that I have burnt myself out on it in the 4 plus months I've been living here. I've moved onto Italian as my new favorite dish.
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Originally posted by Pimpbot

Rockgurl, your coming to the right place if you like Mexican/Tex Mex food. So much so that I have burnt myself out on it in the 4 plus months I've been living here. I've moved onto Italian as my new favorite dish.
Nothing can ever replace curry! So it's just as well you gave me the address of the Indian restaurant in Phoenix! You rock!
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Try the Outback Ribs and chicken mix- my favourite meal
Chillis Mushroom Jack Fajitas comes a close second

Can anyone still get the Chillis carrot cake in their area?
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Mmmmm The Olive garden (they are all over the country too) is a must try,,, the chocolate lasagna is to die for

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Olive Garden! Outback!

You people need to get out more, there are so many better Italian restaurants than OG and so many better steak houses than Outback (their mash is trash). It may all be subjective but come on, Outback and Olive Garden top of anyones list of top restaurants has to be a joke!

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Hey Patrick...

Each to their own... I never said anything about it being 'top of a list' although I do really enjoy Olive Garden.

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Old Nov 17th 2003, 7:41 pm
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I always have the tour of Italy at Olive Garden.

We have a small chain called "Streets of New York" that does fairly good Italian food. And I saw a comercial on TV for Fazolies(sp) the other day and their twice baked lagsagne looked pretty good.
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Originally posted by Pimpbot
I always have the tour of Italy at Olive Garden.

We have a small chain called "Streets of New York" that does fairly good Italian food. And I saw a comercial on TV for Fazolies(sp) the other day and their twice baked lagsagne looked pretty good.
Why is it twice baked? Didn't they cook it right the first time?



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