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Outback Summer Steak & Crab Menu
I know that you have seen many times talk of Outback Steakhouse on this blog. I am very excited to share the news about the new menu at Outback featuring CRAB! This summer, set a course for crab with Outback Steakhouse’s new Summer Steak & Crab menu starting at just $11.99.
Look at how delicious these entrees look and they all have crab on it. I bet they are amazing and in fact, we are heading to our local Outback tonight to try them out!
Beginning July 9, Outback steak is pairing with the freshest crab of the season for a limited time only. New menu items include:
VICTORIA'S FILET & SNOW CRAB
Victoria’s Filet paired with a ½ lb of succulent Snow Crab (pictured above)
SIGNATURE SIRLOIN & SNOW CRAB
Signature Sirloin paired with a ½ lb of succulent Snow Crab
CRAB TOPPED SIRLOIN
Signature sirloin topped with a seasoned lump crab gratin and light lemon butter sauce
VICTORIA'S FILET & CRAB TOPPED SHRIMP
6oz filet served with seasoned and seared shrimp topped with a seasoned lump crab gratin and light lemon butter sauce
NEW SUMMER COCKTAILS FROM OUTBACK
Plus, to top it off, try Outback’s new summer cocktails, crafted to perfectly compliment any summer steak entrée, including:
- Strawberry Lemonade and Mango Peach Poptails, complete with real fruit popsicles
- Corona ‘Rita & Sangria Corona ‘Rita, served in a custom Outback red party cup and topped with an upside down Coronita®
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I am thrilled to be an Outback Best Mates ambassador. I have worked for and loved Outback since 1996. While I no longer work for the company, I still enjoy the steak and the cheese fries. And the mini chocolate shakes. Plus the Thunder from Down Under. A lot.