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According to my source in Vegas Ellis Islands Steak Dinner is now 8.99

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by theshaah, Feb 19, 2013.

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  1. theshaah

    theshaah Low-Roller

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    He said they raised the price of the steak dinner to 8.99. You had to swipe your card when I was there last time to get the 7.99 price. Can anyone else confirm this?
     
  2. captainron62

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    I will be there tomorrow and check it out!
     
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    C0usineddie VIP Whale

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    Must be a drought of cowboy boots going on.

    Wouold you prefer a heel cut or perhaps a slice from the toe?
     
  4. Ratpacker13

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    That would be a yes, it is true. Aside from the whole annoying card swipe at the kiosk to get a coupon deal it has been kicked up a buck. Even with that however, a steak with all the fixin's and a tall beer (I prefer the house light or stout) is still a great deal in my book.
     
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    Yup, you swipe your card at the kiosk, take the coupon back to the table. One coupon is allowed for the whole table. You need a new coupon daily. It wasnt a big deal, and even at $8.99 its prob the best deal in town.
     
  6. atom

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    Have you tried it? While it's not Abe and Louie's, they are offering a decent steak. It's a thick cut sirloin with no fat, no gristle, and it's at least the equal of a $20 steak from the Outback. It really is the best steak special I've found in Vegas, even with the kiosk and the extra dollar on the price tag.
     
  7. JDinTN

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    Haha cousineddie after reading of all the bargain basement ways you vacation your the last poster on this board who I'd expect to take jabs at a cheap steak deal. :poke:
     
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