La Grange is a casual patio bar with craft beer and cocktails, which does a steak night on Wednesdays between 4:00 pm to 10:00 pm for $15. Though treating it like just another hump day steak night seems somewhat unfair given that theirs is an impressive sounding 8oz Filet with Chipotle Garlic and Cilantro Herb butter topped with 2 head-on spicy Chipotle shrimp served with a side of rice.
On Tuesdays between 6pm to 10 pm, Chef Michele, who graduated 1st in her class in cullinary arts at The Art Institute, prepares steak, a side of potatoes and a fresh salad. This LGBT bar that is welcoming to all has trivia night with free prizes on Tuesdays, as well as Drag Bingo between 10pm and 12 am.
Capone's is a 1920's style bar & restaurant that's offering an 8oz Ribeye with a loaded baked potato and sauteed mushrooms for $20 on Wednesdays. Could be a good option for those with vegetarian friends that want to join you for steak night, since Capone's has a pretty cool "create your own" brick oven pizza menu.
The cozy neighborhood watering hole right off Washington Ave has a 12oz steak, mashed potatoes, and a grilled corn on the cob every Wednesday starting at 6pm for $16. Check it out if you're looking for a laid-back atmosphere with friendly staff. They also have a dog-friendly back patio which will be a huge plus for many.
"Let's do something chill tonight". Those words can be the most perplexing thing that you can hear from your friends if you don't have a good go-to spot like the Public House. But you're here because you want to know about their steak night special. For that, they've partnered with Bryan who is a proven steak night veteran. Let me quote their website on the steak night, because it's better t...[Read More]
Like it's other locations, Little Woodrow's Eado is offering up steak nights on Wednesdays. We are still waiting for pricing confirmation, but other HSN users say it's around $16 for a steak & potato. IPA's on Wednesdays are $3 as well.
Every Monday starting at 4 pm, Straits offers up a char-grilled 12 oz Ribeye, served with house-made truffle butter, Straits Steak Sauce, and House Frites with garlic for $19. Perfect for when you're trying to score some dinner before catching a movie at Studio Movie Grill next door. And yes, please do get yourself dinner before you subject yourself to some of the least appetizing and expensive ...[Read More]
Cold beer, good food, and lots of TV's. These are some of the top components of what makes a bar great, and Revelry has it all.
Sassafras offers up chef's choice of steak cut with some of the most fancy pants sounding sides I've seen on a steak night menu, such as chili butter, bacon braised cabbage, creole mustard mash potatoes, braised cauliflower, fried potatoes with pepper gravy, and so on. Find it on Mondays for $20.
D&T has a steak night every Tuesday, which somewhat blows away the competition in pricing. At $18 for a 10 oz Sirloin or $28 for a 16 oz Ribeye, it compares to what you would likely pay at a Saltgrass or Outback. But then again, those places don't have 50 beers on tap. And supporting local businesses is always a good idea.
Kelvin Arms was built in a former bank, and still features the bank fault that's the center piece of their decor. Really cool bar to check out, and so is their steak night every Thursday featuring a 14-16oz fresh cut USDA Choice NY Strip or Ribeye for $19.95. Includes mashed potatoes and green beans.
My favorite thing about the steak night at Little Woodrow's Midtown has to be the self-serve condiment tray that comes with the baked potato. I'm typically ashamed to ask for it, but I like a shitload of sour cream and bacon bits in my potato. More than what other steak night joints are typically comfortable dolling out. Otherwise, the steak is pretty average, and on the thin/small side. If I ...[Read More]