What You'll Get
Choose from Four Options
- $59 for a dinner experience for two, valid Sunday–Thursday ($90.96 value)
- $69 for a dinner experience for two, valid any night ($90.96 value)
- $115 for a dinner experience for four, valid Sunday–Thursday ($181.92 value)
- $135 for a dinner experience for four, valid any night ($181.92 value)
Each meal includes the following, per pair of diners:
- Two cocktails (up to $12 value each)
- Two soups ($6.99 value each)
- Two entrees (up to $21.99 value each)
- Two glasses of house wine ($4.50 value each)
- Click here to see the menu.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Valid for dine-in only. Merchant requires a 21+ adult signature and ID for delivery. Reservation required. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Extra fee for add-ons and upgrades. Not valid for sharing. No substitutions. Valid only for entrees up to $21.99 value. Tax and gratuity not included. Not valid with any other offer or promotion. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Marie Livingston's Steakhouse
Thick brocade curtains, soft seating, and ornate chandeliers cosset diners in an elegant atmosphere at Marie Livingston's Steakhouse. In 1992, the restaurant's matriarch and namesake parlayed years of menu-making into opening her own eatery, which she still runs today with her two daughters. Her sweet Alabama twang and gracious hospitality float through the air as she works both the front and back of the house, greeting guests at the door and ensuring each steaming dish and housemade dessert represents her name well. A secret-recipe steak sauce coats her selection of USDA Choice steaks and chops, all grilled over an open flame rather than a flat pan or a Senate subcommittee. And accompanying each are fluffy, family-recipe yeast rolls that have kept a stable of regulars coming back for more.
In a building once thought by many in the industry to be unsuitable for a restaurant, elegance enfolds guests and proves naysayers wrong. An entryway with a dome of distressed silver leaf and a vintage red sofa opens onto a dining area enhanced underfoot by marble and hardwood floors, and overhead by bright-red drop lighting. Black and cream flow throughout, with dark baseboards and crown molding lining the light walls, and large curved booths leading the eye to a black granite bar.