Just north of the Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base and Lake Worth in Fort Worth, Texas is a new Outback Steakhouse being built next to Interstate 820. The area has seen significant development recently. The new Outback is being built between a Boomer Jack’s Grill built in 2020 and a Cheddar’s Scratch Kitchen built about 4 years before. In the early 2010s, the first building built in this area was the AMC Lake Worth 14 theater.

Fort Worth's newest Outback Steakhouse is being built between a Boomer Jack's Grill and a Cheddar's Scratch Kitchen restaurant.
Fort Worth’s newest Outback Steakhouse is being built between a Boomer Jack’s Grill and a Cheddar’s Scratch Kitchen restaurant.

Going back even further, to the earliest aerial images of the area, there was very little development until Interstate 820 was built in the 1970s. The area was also known as the home to the Lake Worth monster folklore. A creature that some citizens claimed to have seen in the area back in the late 1960s. The monster was said to be part-man, part-goat. However, no tangible evidence exists of this creature.

Aerial image of the location in 2001. Not much was going on.
Street View of the site looking northwest in 2018.
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Outback is an Australian-inspired steakhouse restaurant founded in 1988. This location will add to the 1300-plus locations throughout the world.

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6744 NW Loop 820, Fort Worth, TX 76135

Last Updated on October 17, 2023 by F. E. Mufute

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