Black Angus Steakhouse in San Bernardino will reopen with a new look
After nearly a year of being “temporarily closed” and “reopening soon,” Black Angus Steakhouse is coming back to San Bernardino with a new look.
The restaurant at 290 E. Hospitality Lane has announced on itsFacebook pageit will open July 15 with a new decor that “lightens the palette” of the dining room and “opens up the floor plan,” according to a statement from Liz Geavaras, chief marketing officer for Black Angus, which is a Sherman Oaks-based chain.
Gone are tall booths that the chain was known for, which for many diners created a sense of seclusion.
Features include private dining rooms, a lounge, and a “destination-worthy bar.”
This is the second remodel for Black Angus in its 55-year history, according to Geavaras, and San Bernardino is the second restaurant to get it. The new look debuted in Lakewood.
As its name implies, Black Angus specializes in aged, flame-grilled steak, including an 18-ounce bone-in rib-eye. It also serves prime rib in slices as big as 1 1/2 pounds.
Other menu highlights include burgers, barbecued chicken and ribs, lobster, grilled shrimp and chopped salads.