After more than 20 years in business, Pensacola’s Landry’s Seafood location will close and reopen next year as a Saltgrass Steakhouse.
The Bayfront Parkway fixture has operated in Pensacola since 1994.
Both brands are owned by Landry’s, Inc., which purchased the Saltgrass Steakhouse concept in 2002. Saltgrass describes itself as an “authentic Texas steakhouse” serving Certified Angus Beef® steaks, chicken, and seafood. “Steaks are char-grilled on an open flame Saltgrass style,” according to the company’s promotional materials. “Each steak is topped with fresh garlic butter and seasoned with Saltgrass-7 steak spice for mouthwatering flavor. All breads, dressings, soups and desserts are made from scratch daily.”
The Pensacola Saltgrass will be the chain’s 56th location and its first east of the Mississippi River.
Mike Treadway Architects of Houston submitted plans for the renovation to the city last week. The plans must be approved by the city’s Gateway Review Board, which is set to meet on January 12.
Representatives for Landry’s issued the following statement on Wednesday: