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P.J. Clarke's Steak Special

Discussion in 'Las Vegas for the Frugal (not Cheap)' started by nubia11, Nov 10, 2012.

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  1. nubia11

    nubia11 Low-Roller

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    Seems like a pretty good deal.

    Best Steak Special in Vegas. $99 for three courses for two people, plus a bottle of wine.

    http://www.pjclarkes.com/steak/
     
  2. kitson

    kitson VIP Whale

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    must be a website with a lot of bells and whistles, time to download outlasted my patience with my dialup.

    what kind of steak, and what choices for wine?
     
  3. Dougie

    Dougie I am IN!

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    Entree
    (Select one entree to share)

    Broiled Aged Delmonico Steak &
    Twin Lobster Tails
    or
    Colossal Sliced Prime Aged 40oz Porterhouse Steak




    Plus a bottle of wine:*

    Bandol Rouge Domaine la Suffrene 2007 Provence
    Cabernet Sauvignon Conn Creek 2009 Vintage Napa
    Chateauneuf du Pape Roger Perrin 2009 Rhone
    Zinfandel Handley Cellars 2009 California
    Sauvignon Blanc Rain 2010 Marlborough
    Malbec La Posta ‘Cocina Blend’ 2009 Argentina

    Dial up, Kitson?? Thought I lived in the boonies...
     
  4. keno60

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    thanks for the tip:wave::licklips:
     
  5. gpenguins67

    gpenguins67 High-Roller

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    looks like I'm going to caesars when I'm in town next week. That is an awesome deal.

    Has anyone actually had the steak there?
    Any input on quality of the food would be appreciated...
     
  6. Dougie

    Dougie I am IN!

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    I have not, but I did save the steak pictured as my background. This meal is on my short list of things to do in April.
     
  7. Tree DA

    Tree DA High-Roller

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    You have to share an entree?

    I'll stick to the $7.77 special at Hard Rock.
     
  8. Joe

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    Plus the
    Appetizer

    New England Clam Chowder
    or
    Classic Caesar Salad with
    Brioche Kitchen Croutons
     
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    My wife's birthday
  9. lowsmith

    lowsmith Low-Roller

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    Ate there a couple of weeks ago. The oysters were great, and my fillet was very good.
     
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    Dougie- Says it expires March 15,2013.. Maybe they will extend the offer???
     
  11. pattiinontario

    pattiinontario "PATTI-O-LANTERNS"

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    Now that sounds like a great plan in the making. :licklips:
     
  12. gpenguins67

    gpenguins67 High-Roller

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    So I checked out this special last week. You had to ask for the special as it was not on the menu. Im glad we tried PJ Clarkes out, as we were not disappointed.

    The new england clam chowder good.... thick and creamy.
    We did the T bone steak. It was a little overdone (we asked for medium and it was mostly medium well) but it was still good. Also the quality of the meat was good but it seemed like it was more bone than steak.
    The wine was ok but nothing special (we had the Malbec).
    We both had the cheesecake for desert... again it was good but nothing to write home about.

    Now i wouldnt compare this place to one of the many top notch steak houses in vegas. But where else are you gonna get 3 course steak dinner with a bottle of wine for a hundred bucks. It was definately worth it.

    If you do end up going to this restaurant try to make sure you get in early enough to do the $1 oyster happy hour. (3-6 pm)
     
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