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November 22, 2022 (El Cajon) – Outback Steakhouse® announced the re-opening of its El Cajon, CA restaurant after a complete remodel. The restaurant has been closed since May of this year. The El Cajon location was the first Outback Steakhouse to open in Southern CA in 1994. The newly renovated Outback – located at 722 Jamacha Road– re-opened to guests on November 9.

“Our Outback family looks forward to welcoming the El Cajon community back to our newly renovated restaurant,” said David Goronkin, CEO of the Out West Group, largest franchisee of Outback Steakhouse. “With the same great food and warm, friendly service, we can’t wait to welcome our customers back to experience our new look and feel.”    


The renovation included new floors, bar top, furniture and lighting upgrades as well as a remodel of the restrooms.  The exterior work included a complete façade update as well as upgrades on the patio which include new furniture and lighting. Edgy artwork including an eye-catching graffiti mural splashes the walls with color. The mural draws inspiration from Aussie surf culture and one of Australia’s most famous landmarks – Sydney Harbor Bridge.


In addition to the restaurants 39 returning Outbackers, many who have been working at other San Diego locations during the remodel, the El Cajon location has also added approximately 40 new positions.


The El Cajon location will be open daily. Hours are Sunday through Thursday from 11:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m., Friday and Saturday from 11:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. 


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For more information, please visit www.outback.com or http://www.facebook.com/outback.

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