Sizzler reopens Palmdale location & offers special
Ribbon cutting tomorrow
OW Staff Writer | 1/10/2020, midnight
Sizzler, the family-casual steakhouse also known for its popular craft salad bar, has announced the re-opening of its Palmdale location at 853 W. Palmdale Blvd. The restaurant will celebrate by hosting a ribbon cutting ceremony tomorrow at 10 a.m. featuring Palmdale city officials and Sizzler executives.
Additionally, Sizzler is offering their craft salad bar for a special price of $4.99 for all guests who visit the restaurant between today and Sunday, Jan. 12. The craft salad bar offers 50 fresh produce items that allow guests to build the custom salad they desire. In addition, the craft salad bar also includes a selection of Sizzler’s seasonal salads and hot appetizers.
"Sizzler has been a part of the Palmdale community for 15 years, so we’re excited to showcase our newly renovated restaurant to our longtime guests," said Chris Perkins, chief services officer at Sizzler. "As a special thank you to all of those who patiently awaited our return, we’re offering Sizzler’s signature craft salad bar for only $4.99."
Sizzler was established in 1958 as "Sizzler Family Steakhouse" in Culver City by founders Del and Helen Johnson. Now, the brand has more than 120 locations across 10 states, including Puerto Rico.
The Palmdale Sizzler is open 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday through Thursday, and from 11 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday
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