8601 W Cross Dr, Littleton, CO 80123
Phone: (303) 932-6394
Phone: (303) 832-0315
Osi Restaurant Partners LLC
Outback Steakhouse - Littleton
Parking: Lot, Private
Bike Parking: Yes
Good For Groups: Yes
Good for Kids: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Take Out: Yes
Cuisines: Burgers, Barbecue, Family Style, American, Take Out, Hot Dogs, Steakhouse
Alcohol: Beer, Full Bar, Wine
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: No
Price Range : Average
I have had a couple of experiences with Domestic Divas - the first one was positive. The second one - was not.
I recently contacted them to do a deep clean of my home in anticipation of the arrival of my baby daughter and to do a handyman repair. I was delighted that they would be able to come with 2 days notice.
The scheduled day of the cleaning - I received a call from the owner saying that they had had a complication at another location and were running late, but that I would see them that same day. The handyman did arrive after an address correction and did a great job.
About two oclock the day of my scheduled cleaning, I was speaking with the handyman and asked if the cleaning team was still coming. He said no - that they would need to reschedule and that the owner would be calling me. I mentioned to him that I had a birthday party planned for Saturday so I hoped that they would be able to come on Friday. He reiterated that the owner would call me.
I did not hear from the owner that day (glad I asked the handyman as I would have been just waiting all day) - so I went online and sent an email (as this is how I had contacted them previously) asking the owner to call me. I did not hear from them on Friday - so at noon I called the business number and left a message asking them to call me.
Well - it is now a week later and no one has called me... I guess they do not want business - so I feel compelled to facilitate that for them with this review.
04/13/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I've eaten at outback many times and it never ceases to amaze me how good the food is. They will make anything how you ask them and they have an awesome happy hour. I usually don't eat salads out but theirs is so fresh and crisp and doesn't make me ill later. Their Chargrilled Ribeye is one of the best flavored stakes I've had in my life, seriously.
02/04/2003Provided by Citysearch -
Please this is a cliche to end all cliches. It's so cliche that you end up wanting to talk in an Australian accent just to make it less so. Due to the long wait and popularity (and therefore lack of originality) they wisely hire, hot nubile young hostesses. They dont smile as much as they should, but they are well shaped and please to the eye... which is important in an age when men can't enjoy a good chunk of nearly raw beef without someone mentioning a colon.
Perhaps because this place is a chain, my expectations were not that high when my family visited. But I found their steaks to be better than expected, and overall the experience was a good one. The quality of the food didn't blow our minds, but the variety, and especially the choices for kids made this a steakhouse that a family can visit. Not too expensive, and no real ambience to speak of, but worth a visit. NOT, however, a place that makes steaks anywhere near the quality of a Brook's or a Ruth's Chris.
01/03/2003Provided by Citysearch -
On chain resturants, the quality of the food and service probably vary from place to place. We have tried this restuarant on 2 different occasions and the food was nothing to rave about but the cost was higher than most steak restuarants and had a long wait.
Outback Steakhouse rated above Ruth's Chris or Brooks? What are people in this city used to eating anyway?
I have lived in Denver all my life and listened to the city being refered to as an overgrown cowtown, a cultural wasteland and an oasis of bad cuisine. I seeing a chain store like Outback rated highly on the ten best steakhouses list makes me wonder if all of Denver's bad press might be well deserved.
At least Outback's food isn't quite as bad as the accents on their commercials!
Perhaps if the local steakhouses painted their sirloins orange and blue?