Outback has many special dishes and prices to make celebrating with a meal an exciting occasion. Try the Sirloin with Tasmanian Shrimp, spicy fried and drizzled with sauce, also two delicious sides for only $16.99.
As a special holiday treat, the international steakhouse chain is offering some dates for a lunch prix fixe for only $39 a easy way to get your USDA prime beef without the high price tag.
Perry's offering a three course fixed price menu on Christmas Eve. Before 5:30 p.m., you can enjoy a soup or salad, entree, and dessert for $65 per person.
The fare for five for $115 is designed to feed the whole family. Meals for takeout or delivery include a starter, salad, two protein entrees and two sides.
For a really special holiday twist, Morton is hosting a Chateaubriand holiday dinner for two for $179. Traditionally, Chateaubriand was a boneless cut of beef wrapped and cooked with two short steaks.
Consider this, it's a bonus: This churrasco, or Brazilian barbecue, has a menu full of slow-grilled, skewered beef that's fire-roasted and hand-carved. For New Year's Eve, the restaurant offers two packages.
Steakhouses are all about opulence and excess, so it's no surprise that many are quite busy during the holiday season. As offices hold parties and friends and family meet for meals, a steakhouse is a great place for a get-together.
If you want to take the night off for Christmas, or enjoy a holiday dinner during the season, check out these special eats at Outback, Ruth Criss, Morton's, and more.