Where is Outback Corporate office Headquarters

Outback Headquarters Address and Contact

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  • Address: 11308 N 56th St, Temple Terrace, FL 33617, USA
  • Phone Number: +1 813-980-0755
  • Fax Number: N/A
  • Email: N/A
  • Number of Employees: N/A
  • Established: 1987
  • Founder: Bob Basham; Trudy Cooper; Chris T. Sullivan; Tim Gannon
  • Key People: 123

Outback Headquarters Location & Directions

Outback Headquarters Executive Team



Chris T. Sullivan

Co-Founder and Chairman of The Board

Michael Kappitt

Chief Marketing Officer

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About Outback, History and Headquarters Information


Outback was founded in the year 1988. The company has been active for almost 31 years now. The founders of the company were Trudy Cooper, Bob Basham, Tim Gannon and Chris T Sullivan. The company is an Australian-themed restaurant, with an emphasis on casual dining and large portions at affordable prices as well. The company’s first restaurant was opened in Tampa, Florida, USA. The parent company of the entity changed its name to OSI Restaurant Partners in the year 2006.

Then in the year 2007, private equity companies such as Bain Capital and Catterton Partners had bought OSI Restaurant Partners for almost $3.2 billion. The company was renamed as Bloomin Brands in the year 2012 and became a limited public entity as well, as of the year 2012 as well. In the year 2009, Outback Steakhouse Canada had abruptly closed all nine locations in the province of Ontario, Canada, due to poor economic conditions. Then in the year 2009, the company had opened another yet location in Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada. The company and its founders are also the major contributors to the Republican Party, contributing more than $303,000 and $334,000 for the year 2000 and year 2004 election cycles, respectively. The company is also itself is one of the largest donors in the food and beverage sector as well, being second only to the National Restaurant Association, which itself represents almost more than 300,000 restaurants. Then in the year 2012, the company had become a sponsor of the Ryan Newman and the number 39 Chevrolet for Stewart-Haas Racing, in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series as well. Later onwards, Kevin Harvick had taken over Outback's sponsorship and promotion in the year 2014 for two races in their number 4, after Newman had left the team to drive Richard Childress Racing's number 31 car. The headquarters of the company is based in 2202 North West Shore Boulevard Suite 500. The name of the place is Tampa, while the name of the state is Florida, USA. The pin code of the area is 33607.


Outback is an American cuisine company that focuses on providing various types of recipes and dishes for casual dining needs. The company currently has its presence in over 1,000 locations across 23 different countries in the world, including the USA, Canada, Taiwan, Japan, Brazil, etcetera. As of the year 2017, the total revenue generated by the company is more than $3.8 billion. The company is currently a subsidiary of Bloomin Brands. The current CEO of the company is Elizabeth Smith.


The primary services provided by the company include allowing customers to obtain various kinds of casual dining recipes and dishes prepared by the company’s restaurants.

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  • Marion Smith says:

    Today we went to your Montgomery Al location on Taylor Rd. We got there at 12:30 and was told it would be a 30 min wait. I went to restroom at 1 PM. 10 minutes later we were seated at a table that had been empty when I went by it at 1. We ordered drinks and blooming onion. 30 minutes later we got our onion! No bread was brought. 80 minutes after being seated, our meals came! My husbands steak was supposed to be medium well but it was med rare. My daughter’s was med well but supposed to be medium. My salmon was great and son-in-law’s steak was pretty well cooked . The floor manager had been contacted when food didn’t come timely. When she came by to see if all okay, my husband showed her medium rare steak. She took it back to have it cooked more. She brought it back and it was crispy critter at that point. We were able to leave after paying and getting a to go box for crispy steak. (Bread was brought after we were half finished and we mentioned that we had not gotten bread.) That was at 2:50. No apology was given for tardiness of meal nor for poor cooking of meals. Nothing but here’s your check.
    I never write reviews, but this was no where close to being satisfactory. If a sincere apology had been given and a complimentary dessert for the 2 fathers would have gone a long way toward better customer service. Needless to say, we won’t be back, nor will we recommend it to anyone.

  • Justin Thyme says:

    You preach diversity but you need to teach it to your managers in Webster, Texas. I saw them treat a ~60 year old employee like crap. She was nice. She was not as fast as the 20 somethings but they yelled at her.

  • LARRY A REED says:

    First, I would like to say, I do like trying different steakhouses whether I am at home or traveling. My friend and I went to the Outback steakhouse in Cape Girardeau on Friday the 9th of June, we went at about 3 o’clock when they are less crowded.
    The young man who seated us was very polite and professional all the service was exceptional. Thank you Jasmine, you are a very attentive server and yes the next time we come we will ask for you, you are a true delight!

    The bread was hot, the salad was fresh and crisp, the loaded baked potato was somewhat lacking, it was bland and it tasted like it had been left over from the night before, it came warm, but it was not a “hot potato”!

    Our steaks were the bone in ribeye`s, both prepared as we requested, they were both hot, juicy, seasoned well and had a great flavor. The problem we had was that two steaks were small and of poor quality. A quarter of the steaks were made up of fat and gristle, with the added bone in this took up a large portion of the steaks.

    We have been to the Outback in Cape Giradeau before and the bone in ribeye was my friend’s favorite, his previous steaks were of excellent quality. So, we were greatly disappointed to be served this low of quality meat. I do understand that food cost is up, if this is a cost issue, I will gladly pay more for a good quality steak, but by serving meat of low quality you’re doing a disservice to your customer`s and great harm to your well-known name and market brand.

    Thank you all for your time.
    L.A. Reed

  • Angie Rose says:

    We ate at your hwy 280 Birmingham restaurant. In the past we have ate there for our Anniversary. This time we did the same but with horrible service. We waited over a hour and that was fine but half the tables was empty as told by one of the restaurant workers to have only 2 waitresses and 1 bartender. As we sat waiting on a table I watched the manager seating people and taking name to be on the list. He also cleaned tables, answered the phone. But serving clean food after cleaning tables. I never saw him doing any hand washing. When they sat us in the bar for bartender to wait on us. It took her 10-15 min to acknowledge us. We only seen her 2 times during our dinner. The blooming onion was not good but the steak was really good. Normally I have sour cream on the side but no one to ask to get it. All I mean like all our dishes stayed piled on our table. Salad, onion, bread and empty glasses. We only had 2 teas so that was not a problem. I think this branch needs to be tended too. I wanted to post pictures of the way our table was piled of dirty dishes but I really don’t think the staff is the problem. Outback has failed this restaurant and workers as well as people coming to expect the best but getting worse treatment then McDonald’s. I spent this time In writing this,Please let me know your thoughts.

    • Kim Z says:

      Angie, we live in PA. We’ve been going to Outback since we visited my parents in Florida. We went out on 1/13/2023. There was only 1 guy taking the meals on his tablet. He prefaced it with I just order I don’t make the food. He was the only 1 taking orders. There was a busboy and that was it. I ordered the Outback sirloin with the shrimp. What I got was a horrible piece of meat that was burned on the top. I ordered medium. I took a bite and couldn’t chew it. I had to go to the door greeter to get someone. I just had a knee replacement so this was not easy. She said she’d get the manager. He never came. Our guy with the tablet came over to tell me it was sirloin and if I want a non chewy piece of meat, that I should have gotten a Victoria’s filet. I know my steaks. I am going on 74 and have eaten my fathers steak that he put on the grill until it was good and dead. I got another steak with 75% boiled, not steamed, broccoli. It was a center cut as they promise on the menu and not if I tapped it with my fork it didn’t sound like a toise shell. We are AARP members and we get a 10% discount on meals at Outback. They never took the money off. I am so used to the service we used to get at Outback, that this came as a shock. I am rethinking where we will go to eat again! Yes, this branch is horrible too. I don’t know what they did but service was really poor! Store 3912.

  • Cindi Bruder says:

    Why did you take off the best sandwich on the menu????? Bring back the prime steak sandwich!!!!!

  • I was not credited for my Outback visit and my subtotal w says:

    I was not credited for my Outback visit and my subtotal was $87.41

  • Kenneth and carol Brown says:

    My wife and I have visited the outback location in Raleigh NC on capital blvd and on 2 separate occasions we noticed that we were being over charged a lot. Each time the waitress and the manager said it was a mistake. Each time it was $30 or $40 different. Please get back to me. My wife and I think that this is to much of a coincidence. Please be advised. Let me know what you find. Something is up here. This last visit was wed. 26 at approximate 6pm-8pm we have the receipts both the one before the scam and the corrected on.

  • Tom Engelman says:

    I have been a loyal outback customer for over 2 decades. First in orange county CA, laughlin Nevada, and San Diego CA. We’ve always enjoyed the food and atmosphere. Tonight I took my family to the mission valley CA location for dinner. We had to wait a few minutes for seating, but not a problem. My favorite used to be the buckaroo pork chops and the center cut top sirloin. We ordered beers and I ordered a Tanguay and tonic. The beers arrived right away, but my G& T took 15 minutes. I ordered the 9 ounce top sirloin, are order took about 45 minutes. When it arrived my top sirloin and baked potato were cold, I did not reorder. I remember the top sirloin being a nice thick cut, this one was mabye a 1/2 inch thick. I was embarrassed in front of my family. Also, the men’s room was disgusting, urine and toilet paper all over the floors.

  • Barbara Adams says:

    We purchased carry out on 9/30/2022 using gift cards received from corporate office due to terrible service at the Clarksville, IN location this past spring, The unsatisfactory service is still abundant. There were too many errors in what we received. 1. Steak dinner salad. Mixed greens consisted of bagged bib lettuce, purple cabbage, carrots which reeked of preservatives. Pecan pieces were a very few tiny pieces. 2. Purchased chicken breast added to house salad. Did not receive chicken. 3. No sauce with cheesecake as pictured on menu. Evidently management has not taken any necessary steps to correct the problems with this location. On a side note, there were zero cars in the parking lot. Perhaps others have received poor service?

  • James says:

    Why don’t you offer your bread on the takeout menu

  • Carole Hyde says:

    Fultondale, AL location is a nightmare. An hour after ordering, and 3 tables being seated, served, and leaving we asked where are order was. It was then brought out overcooked and cold. The manager offered to recook the steaks. After another 20 minutes, we were served seared raw meat. The manager told us our table was put behind a large party. No explanation of how other guests were served in an appropriate time. Then was surprised that I was not going to pay for a meal not eaten. I don’t want a free meal or platitudes. It’s a shame to have Outback’s good name ruined by poor management.

  • Lucy says:

    Hi I was having dinner at your outback in Brick NJ Friday evening at 7:00.I go to dinner there several times a month. My family’s favorite! My daughter and I went there tonight. We waited a long time to get out food. My Daughter had burger I had the shrimp dish. Everything was cold my daughter sent burger back to be heated. I didn’t want deal with it was already took long enough to get our dinner! My asparagus were so tough stringy I replaced with a chopped salad. No one ever came back to see if everything was ok. The waitress did her part asked at end needed dessert. Not happy how management handled it. I’m in customer service business I would never let people leave unhappy. I know as a company u would want to know. Thank you

  • Victoria says:

    Went to the Madison Heights, MI location for dinner Tuesday night. My 6 oz fillet was cut in half (thickness). I thought I was being served a hamburger patty. I’ll never go back I’d rather pay more money elsewhere and get a real filet cut not a cut where they are trying to save money in the kitchen. It makes the manager look like he’s on a sinking ship. Desperate. Now I’m doubting how fresh the meat was. I was disgusted. Telling everyone I know and we are all taking bets at how long this visibly hemorrhaging business will still be in business. The winner gets a steak dinner. Not at Outback!

  • candy mccoy says:

    Outback Asheville, NC Tunnel Rd. has the worst customer service.

  • Karen says:

    Please open an Outback in Evans, Georgia. Make sure you have a cook that knows how to cook a blooming onion and sydney mushrooms. They are suppose to be golden brown not deep dark burnt brown like the outback in Augusta outback cooks them.

  • Jill says:

    I live in Brookings Oregon! We have a restaurant that is up for sale that used to be the only steak restaurant we could go to. It would be amazing if outback would come in by that building and set up a restaurant. We’re praying for you

  • Becca Fisher says:

    I was training for 3 days at Outback Stake house, 901 Walnut St, Cary NC. On my 1st day out of training, my manager Lisa told me that i was not up to speed with the others, and i kept on getting the tables confused. please again note that this was my 1st day out of TRAINING and they wanted me to be immediately spot on with everything, like i have been working their for over 5 years. Please also note that they knew i had a disability, called A.D.D and let me go, of the position. Instead of giving me a chance, or letting me stay until my 90 day probation was completed.

  • Tarice Scaffidi says:

    Attempting to contact corporate headquarters concerning the burnt on the outside and rare on the inside steak combination dinners we recieved as to go orders in our home town of Sarasota on University Parkway, funny how there is no email, no responce on FB and the manager was only willing to credit us for two sirlions when our entire dinners I paid $50 for, were RUINED!!

  • Robin Hammond says:

    Any idea when the Steak and Lobster special is coming up? My husband and I always enjoy the very good reasonable surf and turf special. Just haven’t seen it come up since COVID.

  • Judy Legeza says:

    Had terrible experience with Outback in Macedonia OH. I invited my granddaughter & her 2 children for lunch. Waited 1 hour and no food was served. Told them we are leaving…do not want food.will pay for drinks & booming onion…but, told we can take food as “take out’. .. but charging full price. Not acceptable. The server and the supervisor never came to our table to apologize or offer regrets. Removed small discount on bill.!!@. Never go there again.

  • Jackie Robertson says:

    We at your Niagara Falls, Canada location today. Steak was not grilled as advertised (pan fried) and the veggies on my plate were actually old and slimy. Staff did little to compensate for the bad meals. Even though we asked for the manager another waitress came and no manager.

  • Deb says:

    Was very dissatisfied with the attitude of the server that took care of us tonight. Very rude and doesn’t need to be in pr. Copy of receipt is enclosed for your viewing. Won’t be back as there other steak houses with friendlier servers.

  • Delora Bowling says:

    I visited your Princeton, WV Outback on Sunday, June 28th. at approximately 5:oo pm and have never had an experience like it. I ordered the 16 oz. sirloin, medium well and when I got my steak it was somewhat rare, not bad, but I can not eat steak with any sign of blood. I ate three bites off the ends and was not going to send it back. My friend ask our server to have it cooked a little more (mistake). When the Manager? Richard? brought it back to me he set it in front of me and ask if that was done enough. I am so angry that I didn’t take a picture of it. It was burned to a crisp, looked like two charcoal briquets. We ordered carrot cake to share and it looked like 1/4 of serving, $7.99. Lesson learned. Accept what you get or pay the price of mistreatment. My ticket was $25.41, my friend’s ticket was $17.00. I do not complain about about what I pay as long as the food is edible.

    Just for your reference: our town has a Texas Steak House which is very good and myself or none of my friends have ever been treated like this. I will be patronizing The Texas Steak House from this day forward. By the way, my friend who was with me and her family of four have been eating at Outback every Sunday following church, but have decided they may get the same treatment and will probably not return.

    I am not sure why this happened and at this point don’t intend to try to figure it out. I am 83 years old and been around too long to put up with it. I come from a generation where you say please and thank you. I was nothing but very courteous to the server and staff. Hope Richard has a better day. I think that is his name, he is tall and has his head shaved and was supposedly a manager.

    I don’t want anything, just think you need to be aware of this situation and good luck moving forward.

    I worked in retail for 40 years and know what research says. Mistreat one person or bad service, they tell 7 people, those 7 tell seven more each, and the cycle goes on and on.

    Delora Bowling
    147 Bane AVe.
    Princeton, WV 24740

  • Paul & Doris ( Blondie ) Spiegel says:

    Outback restaurants are Outstanding especially the lakeland, Florida, 33809 . Mr. Dan Wood management Director & 2 servers Derek & London . Mr. Wood has always taken time to visit our table as he did last night during our most recent visit . Pas ???

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