Unlike visiting a new neighbor’s house, visiting a steak house comes with a virtual guarantee that you’ll be welcomed, fed, and trusted with knives. Make a hunger-halting house call with today’s Groupon to Cast Iron Steak House in Prospect. Choose from the following options:
- For $29, you get a dinner for two (up to an $58.97 total value) that includes the following items:
- One appetizer (up to an $8.99 value)
- Two entrees (up to a $19.99 value each)
- Two glasses of house wine (up to a $5 value each)
- For $58, you get a dinner for four (up to a $117.94 total value) that includes the following items:
- Two appetizers (up to a $17.98 value)
- Four entrees (up to a $19.99 value each)
- Four glasses of house wine (up to a $5 value each)
- For $87, you get a dinner for six (up to an $176.91 total value) that includes the following items:
- Three appetizers (up to a $26.97 value)
- Six entrees (up to a $19.99 value each)
- Six glasses of house wine (up to a $5 value each)
Cast Iron Steak House's chefs hand-select cuts of beef and cleave off meaty steak slices each day. Begin with an appetizer of beer-battered sirloin strips or seafood cakes before diving into the meat of the menu—USDA prime steaks seared in a cast-iron skillet and gently slipped into a roasting oven and baked to juicy completion. The rib eye delivers 12 ounces of marbled-flavor carved from rib roast, and the 6-ounce Cast Iron fillet arrives bundled in a cushioning coat of applewood-smoked bacon. All steaks come with a salad and a choice of side. Alternately, break the beefy mold with the parmesan-sprinkled mahi-mahi or the Hot Brown—turkey and tomatoes sealed inside texas toast grilled cheese and swimming in mornay sauce. A glass of Mark West pinot noir or Bonterra chardonnay artfully complements a hearty steak or successfully ends a strict liquid diet of cranberry sweat.
Cast Iron Steak House
Succulent aromas and a symphony of sizzling meat emerge from Cast Iron Steak House's kitchen, where sirloin, rib eyes, and T-bone steaks sear inside of cast-iron skillets. For each of these steakhouse favorites, the staff personally ages, cuts, and rubs slabs of USDA beef in house. Though it's their specialty, the chefs expertise extends beyond just steaks and steak-related mythology.