Black Angus Steakhouse will reopen 6 Southern California restaurants on June 29

Black Angus Steakhouse, which completely shut down amid the novel coronavirus pandemic, will reopen eight West Coast restaurants on Monday, June. 29.

Six of those restaurants are in Southern California, according to the chain’s website.

They are:

Bakersfield: 3601 Rosedale Highway, 661-324-0814

Lakewood: 5000 E. Candlewood St., 562-531-6921

Lancaster: 44690 Valley Central Way, 661-942-5225

San Bernardino: 290 E. Hospitality Lane, San Bernardino, 909-885-7551

Santa Ana: 1350 N. Tustin Ave., 714-558-3057

Torrance: 3405 Carson St., 310-370-1523

The other two restaurants are in Citrus Heights, near Sacramento, and the Seattle area.

Advance reservations are required for dine-in and guests will be asked to wear masks. The reopening menu is shortened, but entrees include five steaks, prime rib, chicken, salmon, seafood combos, burgers, and a Cobb salad.

Beer, wine, and cocktails will be available.

Hours will be 3 p.m.-9 p.m.

Black Angus has several other restaurants throughout Southern California and hasn’t announced its plans for them.


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