- $17 for $30 worth of steakhouse fare
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Texas T-Bone Steakhouse
Texas T-Bone Steakhouse brings the larger-than-life culture of Texas northward, offering big portions and family-style dining in a casual atmosphere. The servers start by delivering a bucket of peanuts to the table, and etiquette dictates that diners throw their cracked shells on the ground. The practice may leave a bit of a mess, but it provides both entertainment and an appetizer as chefs work on preparing the entrees. This might entail grilling 28-ounce porterhouse steaks—a cut of meat they officially refer to as "Texas-sized"—or barbecuing meats over hickory and apple wood for up to 14 hours in their smokers. The restaurant serves every entree with a "create your own" salad, fresh-baked yeast rolls, and a dollop of cinnamon honey butter that's great for spreading on bread or on a classified document you have to eat after reading.