Steak for as Little as $1? Happy National Filet Mignon Day

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It seems there’s now a national “holiday” for every food — even for specific cuts of meat: Saturday is National Filet Mignon Day.

Morton’s The Steakhouse is celebrating one day early by serving up its Petite Filet Mignon Sandwiches for a $1 apiece on Friday.

You can order up to 12 sandwiches at that price. Just note the fine print says you must dine in — in the bar — to get the deal.

The Petite Filet Mignon Sandwich is part of Morton’s “Bar Bites” menu, which features items starting at $7.

Morton’s operates restaurants in more than 20 states, Washington, D.C., and Puerto Rico. However, the National Filet Mignon Day deal is not available in Portland, Oregon, and Saratoga Springs, New York.

Visit the upscale steakhouse chain’s “Locations” page for a list of restaurants. Also note that the fine print advises calling ahead to both confirm a location is participating in Friday’s offer, and to get any other relevant details.

If Morton’s is not in your area or your budget, you may prefer to celebrate National Filet Mignon Day at Outback Steakhouse.

Through Monday, Aug. 15, this more casual steakhouse chain will take up to 20 percent off your check, depending on how many entrees you purchase:

  • Two entrees: 10 percent off your check
  • Three entrees: 15 percent
  • Four or more entrees: 20 percent

Kids meal entrees from the Joey Menu count as an entree for the purpose of this deal.

This offer is available whether you dine in or take out. Just show the corresponding coupon.

Visit the Outback’s “Find Your Location” page to search for restaurants.

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