A high-protein diet can help build muscle, which comes in handy for fighting off a shark that is also on a high-protein diet. Take a bite out of the circle of life with today's deal: for $15, you get $30 of Aussie-amped steakhouse fare and drinks from Outback Steakhouse in Niagara Falls. A menu brimming with the fruits of land, sea, and fine breweries ensures toothsome pleasure to every palate. Quiet chatty stomachs with a shareable appetizer like the signature bloomin' onion ($11.29) before making a pact with ambitious mouths to finish an entire 12-oz. espresso-rubbed, chargrilled ribeye steak ($36.29) or the barbecue ribs and chicken platter ($24.99). Entrees for the 10-and-under set ($7.99–$9.99) expand tykes' tastes while grownups refresh with hearty 20 oz. Foster's beers ($8.49), raised to largesse in the belly-pouches of their adorable 100-oz. parent-brews.
- The food came out cooked to perfection and was very fast. I really enjoyed not only the service but the food was amazing. – Nathan, Restaurantica.com
- The food was delicious and fresh!! We felt it was very reasonably priced. We would return to the Niagara Falls Outback in a heartbeat!! – Glen and Koreen Sims
Rated #1 three years running in the Zagat National Chains Survey for best steak, Outback Steakhouse specializes in dispensing classic menu items such as seafood, steak, and pasta. The restaurant draws inspiration from the continent of Australia, alluding to its namesake outback with seared prime rib and lobster tails, grilled meats such as chicken and salmon, and juicy, marbled rib-eye steaks. A menu for kids lets youths sample morsels from the upside-down part of the world while right-side up, and creative desserts and generous cocktails round out the offerings.