It’s high steaks in Westshore. The ubiquitous Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse and Wine Bar plans to open a new location in the area where Bloomin’ Brands is headquartered. Fleming’s new location will be 4342 W. Boy Scout Blvd. (the site of the former Roy’s). According to Tampa Bay Business Journal, Bloomin’ also plans to build a flagship Bonefish Grill in the old Fleming’s location at 4322 W Boy Scout Blvd.
The new steakhouse will be 13,268 square feet, the TBBJ reports, and building records peg the cost to build its shell at $3.5 million. Back in April the restaurant announced the launch of its new Social Hour, a premiere of the brand’s fresh take on an elevated bar experience. Diners can enjoy shareable bar bites and $9 handcrafted cocktails from 4-6pm at the bar, Sunday through Thursday, at all locations nationwide.
Fleming’s Steakhouse plans to elevate its restaurant experience
“We are thrilled to introduce this new bar experience,” said Patrick English, Vice President of Operations for Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar in a release. “Social Hour is a great way for friends or business colleagues to get together during the work week. What better way to relax and recharge than with exceptional bites and cocktails?”
Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar is a contemporary interpretation of the classic American steakhouse, boasting culinary mastery, signature style and unrivaled attentive service to create memorable dining experiences for Guests. Fleming’s offers an impressive range of USDA Prime steaks, premium seafood entrées, storied wines, and fresh, handcrafted cocktails.
Founded in 1998, Fleming’s opened in Newport Beach, Calif. with a vision to create a steakhouse that breaks the stereotype, delivering the finest steak and wine with world-class service, in a more modern, warm, and welcoming setting. They currently operate more than 65 restaurants across the country.
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