Lone Star Steakhouse Prices

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The Lone Star Steakhouse prices are among the more affordable in the casual dining restaurant industry particularly in the steakhouse market. The restaurant chain serves a wide range of steaks, seafood dishes, and salads, among other similar food items.

Below are the latest Lone Star Steakhouse menu prices.

ItemPrice

Starters

Texas Rose$7.49
Filet Mignon Queso with Tortilla Chips$8.99
Loaded Cheese Fries$8.99
Loaded Cheese Fries topped with Chili$10.49
Fried Green Beans$6.49
Fried Pickles$6.49
Potato Skins$7.99
Spinach & Artichoke Dip with Tortilla Chips$7.99
Texas Sampler$10.99
Coconut Shrimp$9.99
Lone Star Wings$10.99

Soups & Salads

Soup of the Day (Cup)$3.79
Soup of the Day (Bowl)$4.79
Texas Chili (Cup)$3.99
Texas Chili (Bowl)$4.99
Chicken Tostada Salad$11.99
Chicken Caesar Salad$11.49
Sirloin Steak & Wedge Salad$12.99
Steakhouse Salad$12.99

Steaks

Served with your choice of 2 Sides.

Bacon - Wrapped Sirloin (6 oz.)$12.99
New York Strip (12 oz.)$21.99
Delmonico Ribeye (12 oz.)$20.99
Peppercorn Ribeye (14 oz.)$23.99
Cajun Ribeye (14 oz.)$23.99
Texas Ribeye (14 oz.)$23.99
Bacon - Wrapped Filet Mignon (6 oz.)$20.99
Bacon - Wrapped Filet Mignon (8 oz.)$23.99
Center Cut Top Sirloin (8 oz.)$14.99
Chopped Steak (10 oz.)$13.99
Porterhouse (20 oz.)$26.99
Add Soup or Chili$2.99
Add Sauteed Onions$1.99
Add Sauteed Mushrooms$2.99
Add Sauteed Onions & Mushrooms$2.49
Add Grilled, Fried or Coconut Shrimp$6.49

Combos

Served with your choice of 2 Sides.

Texas Trio Combo (6 oz.)$21.99
Filet Mignon & Shrimp (6 oz.)$25.99
Garlic Sirloin & Shrimp (6 oz.)$18.99
Grilled Chicken & Shrimp$17.49
Baby Back Ribs & Grilled BBQ Chicken$19.49
Grilled Sirloin & Chicken Breast$16.99
Add Soup or Chili Combo (Cup)$2.99

Texas Plates

Served with your choice of 2 Sides.

Grilled Chicken Breast$13.49
Jalapeno Marinated Pork Chop$15.49
Fish & Chips$12.99
Grilled Shrimp Dinner$15.99
Sweet Bourbon Salmon$16.99
Fried Shrimp Dinner$15.99
Chicken Fried Steak & Pepper Cream Gravy$12.99
Sidewinder Chicken$13.99
Baby Back Ribs (Half Rack)$15.99
Baby Back Ribs (Full Rack)$20.99
Add Soup or Chili (Cup)$2.99

Steakhouse Burgers & Sandwiches

Served with Lettuce, Tomato, Red Onion & Steak Fries.

Sidewinder Chicken Sandwich$10.99
Grilled Chicken Sandwich$10.99
TX Steak Sandwich$13.99
Bubba Steak Burger$10.99
Steak Burger with Cheese$9.99
Swiss & Mushrooms Steak Burger$10.99
Add Bacon, Sauteed Onions or Sauteed Mushrooms$0.99

Lunch Break

Available Monday - Friday, 11 AM to 4 PM.

Choices: Caesar, Garden or Signature Lettuce Wedge Salad. Soup of the Day or Chili. Steak Fries, Loaded Baked Potato or Baked Sweet Potato.

Pick 2 - Salad, Soup or Spud$6.99
Pick 3 - Salad, Soup or Spud$7.99

Big Plates

Choice of 1 Side.

Jalapeno Marinated Pork Chop Big Plate (10 oz.)$12.49
Fish & Chips (Big Plate)$10.99
Bacon - Wrapped Sirloin Big Plate (6 oz.)$10.99
Sidewinder Chicken (Big Plate)$10.99
Chopped Steak Big Plate (10 oz.)$10.49
Chicken Tenders (Big Plate)$9.99
Delmonico Ribeye Big Plate (9 oz.)$15.99
Grilled Chicken Breast (Big Plate)$9.99

Sweet Stuff

Mama's Apple Pie$5.99
Mama's Apple Pie with Vanilla Bean Ice Cream$6.99
New York Style Cheesecake$6.99
Bourbon Pecan Pie$6.99
Big Brownie Blast$6.99
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History

In 1989, the first Lone Star restaurant opened its doors in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. By March 1992, the Lone Star brand consisted of 8 restaurants managed by a public company. In February 2008, 27 of its restaurants were closed, which left just 152 locations across several states; none of the Texas-themed locations, however, were in Texas, the Lone Star State.

In 2011, Lone Star was the subsidiary of Center Cut Hospitality, which also owned and operated the Texas Land and Cattle restaurants. On August 2006, the company signed an agreement wherein Lone Star Funds, a Dallas-based private equity firm with no associations with the chain, will purchase its shares at $27.10/share in cash. But since the offer was rejected by several major stockholders, the price was raised to $27.35/share, which paved the way for the completed buyout.

Due to its private ownership, Lone Star Steakhouse & Saloon was subsequently delisted from NASDAQ. Along with the buyout came several changes including the switch from Texas Roadhouse-style restaurants to more urban and upscale locations with no trace of Americana.

What It’s Famous For

Lone Star Steakhouse stakes its reputation on the world-class quality of its steaks, which are delivered with generous Texas value for good measure. Aside from steaks, the chain also prides itself on several choices in chicken, salmon, and ribs dishes, as well as hamburgers, sandwiches, sides, and salads.

Why Eat Here

Many of its diners express their high satisfaction with the steaks, which are always cooked to perfection – juicy, succulent and tender as well as full of flavor while boasting of the perfect sear. You can choose from steaks like the classic New York Strip, Texas rib eye, sirloin, and bacon-wrapped filet mignon, among others, which should be eaten slowly so as to savor every nuance of flavor.

You also have several choices in starters, soups and salads including the sirloin steak and wedge salad or the spicy Texas Chili, and Texas plates, such as the ribs, salmon, and chicken plates.

Your servers are likely to be attentive, efficient and friendly especially when it comes to explaining your choices. You don’t have to shout just to get yourself heard, thanks to the low-level piped-in country music coupled with the generally hushed conversations. Your cravings for a taste of the real Texas will be satisfied here – and that’s something that few other chains can say!

To learn more about Lone Star Steakhouse or to find a location near you, visit their website at www.lonestarsteakhouse.com.

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