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LongHorn Steakhouse Opens on Rt. 22 in Springfield with a “Lasso Cutting”

Deputy Mayor Maria Vasallo cuts the lasso. To her left is Township Committeewoman Geri Bujnowski and Mike Scalera of BID as the Joker. Managing Partner of LongHorn Anthony Levy is on her right. Credits: Ellen Dickson
Getting ready to cut the lasso Credits: Ellen Dickson
LongHorn Steakhouse from Route 22 Credits: Ellen Dickson
LongHorn Steakhouse Managing Partner Anthony Levy Credits: LongHorn Steakhouse

SPRINGFIELD, NJ - It was perfect weather for the Halloween opening of LongHorn Steakhouse. Deputy Mayor Maria Vassallo sliced through the lasso to officially open the restaurant. This western themed restaurant celebrating the beauty of the American West seats 200.  Numerous Township officials joined Township Committeewoman Geri Bujnowski and the restaurant staff including Managing Partner Anthony Levy.

Deputy Mayor Vassallo stated that “I want to thank you for choosing this location. It means a lot to our town and surrounding towns as well.” Managing Partner Anthony Levy stated, “Thank you so much, I feel privileged to be here”.

The website for LongHorn ( details their commitment to the Communities they serve. The Company is willing to take part in fundraising efforts, donations and grants that benefit the community. To quote the website, “our restaurant will continue to participate in the LongHorn Harvest Program and will donate unused, wholesome food to a charity or a food bank each week in the Springfield community.

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LongHorn is located at 272 Route 22 West in Springfield. It is open Sunday through Thursday 11 a.m. - 10 p.m., Friday and Saturday 11 a.m. - 11 p.m.



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