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                       LONE STAR STEAKHOUSE & SALOON, INC.
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                                 GUY W. ADAMS

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     3)     Filing Party: Guy W. Adams
     4)     Date Filed: June 29, 2001


Los Angeles, California, June 28, 2001  -  Guy W. Adams, running for election
to the Board of Lone Star Steakhouse & Saloon (NASDAQ: "STAR"), announced
today that his campaign for election to the Board of Directors of Lone Star
Steakhouse & Saloon, Inc. (NASDAQ: "STAR") continues in full gear after the
Federal District Court rebuffed the efforts of Lone Star to stop Mr. Adams'
proxy solicitation and to invalidate proxies previously voted in favor of Mr.
Adams.   In accordance with the Court's preliminary order, Mr. Adams will
today amend his filings with the Securities & Exchange Commission, to address
certain disclosure issues raised by Lone Star.

Mr. Adams noted that his campaign today received the endorsement of Proxy
Monitor.  Proxy Monitor provides proxy research, voting and auditing services
to pension funds and their investment managers, serving over 150 institutional
clients.  Their research encompasses over 20,000 companies in the United
States and abroad.  Also, Mr. Adams' campaign continues to have the support of
the California State Employees Retirement Association and Amalgamated Bank,
and the endorsement of Institutional Shareholders Services (ISS).
Accordingly, both of the major independent firms reviewing the respective
candidacies of Mr. Adams and Mr. Coulter have now endorsed Mr. Adams.

In endorsing Adams, Proxy Monitor's report states, among other things, as

"When it came right down to it, notwithstanding any positive affects of
certain of management's decisions and strategies, we ultimately asked and
answered two questions:

1)    Has the board done its job well?
2) Could Mr. Adam's membership on the board enhance shareholders' long-term

"To the first question, we answered no. Not in terms of its compensation
decisions, not in terms of its governance practices, and certainly not in
terms of fully appreciating its fiduciary role nor respecting the shareholder
franchise (including those "activist pension funds" with "unknown political
agendas"). Indeed, we believe that management's over-the-top response to Mr.
Adam's exercise of his ownership rights lends itself to support the
dissident's concerns about the board's commitment to an impartial and high-
quality decision-making process, not to mention its good judgment.

"To the second question, we answered yes. Mr. Adams is not seeking to gain
control of the board or to push an agenda that management describes as
different from other shareholders. Quite simply, Mr. Adams is seeking to
ameliorate shareholders' rights on a rather basic level - by respecting proper
governance practices and by restoring accountability. Furthermore, we are not
swayed by management's assertion that Mr. Adam's membership would "disrupt" or
"destroy the progress that Lone Star has achieved."

"Accordingly, we recommend that shareholders DISCARD the WHITE proxy card, and
vote FOR Mr. Adams using the GOLD proxy card."

Mr. Adams states, " I am, of course, pleased by Proxy Monitor's decision to
support my candidacy to the Board of Lone Star Steakhouse.  I am delighted to
have received the endorsement from such a prestigious organization as Proxy

Mr. Adams noted that in a Dow Jones Newswire story dated June 27th, Mr.
William Green, a Lone Star Director, was quoted as stating, in defense of the
executive compensation programs at Lone Star, that "If we expect to perform in
the mid-cap restaurant chain group we have to pay our upper management that
amount."    However, on that same date, Standard & Poors announced that Lone
Star is being removed from the S&P MidCap 400 Index and, instead added to the
S&P SmallCap 600 Index.

Mr. Adams says that he agreed with the assessment by Gretchen Morgenson
recently in the New York Times stating, "For the shareholders of Lone Star
Steakhouse and Saloon, there has been a lot more fizzle than sizzle lately.
During the biggest bull market in history, the stock of Lone Star, the Wichita
restaurant chain, only sank. A shareholder who invested $100 in the stock in
December 1995 had $22.08 at the end of 2000.... One might expect Lone Star
management to make nice to its shareholders.  Instead, it is poking them in
the eye with a cattle prod."

For further information on Adams' campaign check the website