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Ranking Steakhouse Chain Baked Potatoes From Worst To Best
13. Logan's
While Logan's Roadhouse isn't really a steakhouse, it still warranted a review as restaurant goers consider it a go-to when they want steak and potatoes.
However, Logan's baked potato is subpar at best, though you can upgrade your order by including sour cream, bacon, and cheese. It's better to order baked sweet potatoes instead.
12. Hoss's Family
Hoss's Family Steak & Sea serves baked potatoes with margarine, unless you ask for something different, which can get a bit disappointing.
The baked potatoes are decent, and you can order a loaded version, too, but if you want a baked potato better than what you can make at home, you might as well go somewhere else.
11. Saltgrass
Despite its award-winning menu, Saltgrass's baked potato is average in either regular or sweet variety. It also has a loaded version, which is only marginally better.
You may be better off trying the popular smoked mac and cheese as a side or the beloved baked potato soup. If you really want a great baked potato, you may as well go elsewhere.
10. Morton's
Morton's Steakhouse is known for offering prime cuts of beef, but the jumbo-sized baked potato is also one of its signatures. It packs around 1,430 calories.
The steakhouse dresses up an already tasty potato with its large, curled pieces of bacon and loads it with sour cream, cheddar cheese, and chopped chives.
9. Outback
Outback's serves dressed baked potato that's tender and fluffy with a golden, crispy, and crunchy skin that's topped with butter, cheese, bacon, sour cream, and chives.
However, there's inconsistency in both quality and toppings. Patrons at Outback typically order a loaded baked potato with their sirloin, ribeye, New York strip, or prime rib.