I’m sort of a steak snob, but I make no apologies for it. If I’m going to spend the money on a great steak dinner, I want to know I’m getting the best steak for the money.
Surely I’m not alone in my steak snobbery.
My favorite steak is filet mignon, and since I can always count on Outback Steakhouse to deliver the delicious, you’ll find me there on the regular. They actually have eight different cuts available, but I’m a total creature of habit, so I almost always pick the filet mignon.
Along with the new Victoria’s Filet Portabella, there’s the new Wood-Fire Grilled Flat Iron Steak. Flavors get bold with Outback Steakhouse!
Each of the signature steaks can either be seasoned and seared with a secret blend of 17 spices on the flattop grill or wood-fire grilled for a delicious natural flavor — it’s the guest’s choice.
I ain’t gonna lie. I ordered both the filet AND the flat iron steak a couple of weeks ago, and my boyfriend and I shared. Good gosh, they were good!
We also tried the broccoli and cheese — one of the new Premium Sides (Steakhouse Mac & Cheese, Loaded Mashed Potatoes, Broccoli and Cheese and Parmesan Fries).
To celebrate the new bold steaks, Outback Steakhouse is introducing a petition to make steak the first official food of the U.S. (Can you believe we don’t have an official food in this country?)
While the French are synonymous with the baguette, Italians have a claim on pasta and Belgium has ownership over chocolate, America has yet to unveil an official national food.
Show your bold love for steak and rally to the cause!
Sign the petition here: http://1.usa.gov/1J2J9Fb
Get bold with Outback Steakhouse!
One lucky reader will win a $50 Outback Steakhouse e-gift card to experience the big, bold flavors of Outback’s Signature Steaks!
Partnered post for Outback Steakhouse. All opinions are my own.