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BLT Steak?

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by fenway68, Oct 11, 2016.

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  1. fenway68

    fenway68 High-Roller

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    Friend is treating us to BLT Steak at Bally's, what can you all tell me about experiences there?
     
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    Have had dinner there twice and each time the meal was terrific. The popovers that will come as part of the meal are amazing and the steaks were top quality. The atmosphere was a bit quieter than many of the other steakhouses where we've dined. Have a great time!
     
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    Very casual atmosphere with excellent service sitting at the bar...we were offered several food items, "compliments of the chef"...it is a very nice dining option price/quality wise...Oh yeah, the popovers are good.
     
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    Re: the "compliments of the chef" extras, same happened to our group of four this past March. A round of apps and a round of desserts. Not sure if everyone gets this, or if it's certain days or times or what....a nice little bonus though!

    Overall a great meal, steak and sides were fantastic.
     
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    We've eaten there twice. The first time 2 years ago, it was good but our steaks had serious that we had to cut off. We decided to give them another try last month and it was really good. Service was amazing. We got the appetizers and desserts too, we are diamond and it was noted on our reservation. We got 3 complimentary apps but I noticed the people on both sides of us just got one so I wonder if diamond made the dif in the extras.
     
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  6. fenway68

    fenway68 High-Roller

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    Excellent...great to hear all the positives, anything specific to recommend?
     
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    The bone-in rib-eye is pretty good, especially for the price...
     
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    Depends on how big your appetite is, but the Porterhouse for two (36 oz.) was more than enough for two of us and was a terrific steak. The wedge salad was delicious and could have been a small meal by itself.
     
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    fenway68 High-Roller

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    was looking at the menu and was eye'ing that particular cut; just need one of the guys to share it with me!
     
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    You might want to tell your friends that there's a Travelzoo voucher you can get for there. It's $115 and although it says you have to pick your appies, entree's and desserts from within a set price range that's not true. You can order whatever you want and they just deduct $208 from the bill. We used a voucher in July and everything was excellent. Going to do it again next month.
     
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    You made me look at the menu too. :licklips:

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    The two times I went there, the food was great. In fact I put BLT in my top 5 steakhouses that I've been to. I like their half-price happy-hour when I was there. I think it was between 5 and 7pm. I got a Blanton's bourbon for $7. In fact I got two of them.
     
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  13. fenway68

    fenway68 High-Roller

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    going on a comp...but good tip for when I am back in town w/o my high roller friend!
     
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    It's your typical casino steakhouse. Everything was good the times I've been there.
     
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    Avoid the Caesar salad. We dined there this past summer and ended up with a bit of food poisoning. Due to the time and events, we believe it came from that meal, or at least the salad.
     
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