Without steak, most Americans wouldn’t be able to justify owning such terrifyingly sharp steak knives, much less an entire rack of steak guns. Today's deal gives you a chance to use them at the Great American Land and Cattle Company's original location on Alabama Street. Choose from the following dining options:
- $19 for $40 worth steaks, seafood, and other dinner fare
- $9 for $20 worth steaks, sandwiches, and other lunch fare
Ring internal dinner bells at Great American with a steakhouse menu featuring original sauces and signature spice blends dusted over steaks, seafood, and more. Ravenous dinner parties can open a feast with premeal offerings of deep-fried salmon ($8.99) or the mexican shrimp cocktail of bite-sized shrimp, avocado, and jalapeños in a zesty sauce ($6.99). Dive knife-first into the Great American's most popular steak—the tender, perfectly-aged three-quarter pound rib eye ($23.99), or sample the aquatic offerings with a grilled rainbow trout ($18.99), each served with your choice of one-pound baked potato, mashed potatoes, or steak fries plus Texas caviar (pinto beans), pineapple coleslaw, and a dinner roll with butter.
Diners can pulverize midday peckishness with sandwiches such as the mushroom steakburger smothered with sliced, sautéed mushrooms and cheese and served with steak fries, coleslaw, and great American beans ($9.49). For smoke-infused offerings to the flavor gods, sample Great American's barbecue fare with a lunch platter of brisket ($13.99) or two skinless, boneless chicken breasts ($10.99), also available prepared Cajun style, beer-battered, grilled, or buffalo-style, all served with great American beans, pineapple chutney, and a dinner roll with butter.
Nine TripAdvisors give Great American Steakhouse an average of three owl eyes:
- The staff was very attentive and service excellent. Oh, and the beer is right at 32 degrees, which is wonderful in the El Paso climate. – sesm
Great American Land and Cattle Company
The Great American Land and Cattle Company provides steaks that are cut onsite and cooked precisely to specifications. They arrive with an eclectic smorgasboard of sides: pineapple coleslaw, fries or veggies, and "Texas caviar"—that is, beans. The most popular cut is the tender ribeye, but the menu has all degrees of fanciness covered, from filet mignon to country-fried steak in gravy to steakburgers. If you'd like yours extra-spicy, you can order it tampiqueña—covered with grilled onions and green chilies or jalapeños.
Though the company produces its many seasonings and sauces with steak in mind, the kitchen's not a beef-only zone. It also makes room for pulled-pork sandwiches, Cajun-style chicken, and charbroiled cold-water lobster tails, among other proteins. On Wednesdays and Saturdays, music and other live entertainment drifts through the dining room and onto the patio as the mountains in the background sway gently to the beat.
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