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Steak and Unlimited Shrimp at Outback
As you may know, my family has long had a love affair with Outback Steakhouse. We love the place and usually eat there a few times per month. I love the fresh food, the bold tastes and the reasonable prices. I also love that our local Outback knows my entire family by name. We feel at home there.
Lately I have been sharing many of the fun options available at Outback this year (Moonshine BBQ, anyone?) and this one definitely deserves a mention.
Outback’s Steak and Unlimited Shrimp is bigger and better than ever. If you love shrimp and steak, then you will most certainly want to head to Outback as soon as possible!
Because Outback’s Steak and Unlimited Shrimp is back, guests can now enjoy America’s boldest steak, plus all-you-can-eat shrimp, for just $15.99 for a limited time. Starting August 20, come in to Outback for a hot juicy sirloin and their bigger and better unlimited shrimp, prepared one of two ways:
- Garlic and Herb Butter Shrimp (my favorite)
- Crispy Shrimp, served with your choice of Buffalo or Cocktail dipping sauce
Don't those shrimp just look amazing? Well they are even better when paired with one of the delicious steaks below:
CHECK OUT OUTBACK'S SHAREABLE SANGRIA'S
Now you can wash it all down with Outback’s Sangria Pitchers, available in sharable pitchers or by the glass. Order any of these great flavors:
- Strawberry Peach
- New South Whales
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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.