Industry News | October 6, 2000

Steak Out Offers T-Bone Meal

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Steak-Out, a delivery restaurant of hot complete meals, recently announced the limited time offer of the T-Bone steak dinner to their already established menu.

As requested by Steak-Out customers, this new limited time offer selection, their biggest steak ever, which will be offered starting September 18 at over 62 participating stores nationwide features a 14-ounce T-bone steak meal, including a baked Colorado potato, crisp side salad and a dinner roll. Also featured at participating locations will be an Apple Caramel Cheesecake with Cinnamon Crumb Toppings, which starts with sliced Granny Smith apples mixed into Steak-Out's signature New York style cheesecake, topped with a traditional apple pie crumb topping and caramel sauce in a graham cracker crust.

"We are confident that the T-bone Steak Meal will ideally complement Steak-Out's popular menu items," said Tim Myers, director of marketing for Steak-Out Franchising, Inc. "This product introduction is another example of our continuing effort to grow our business and expand our customer base by offering new selections for the new season," added Myers.

Steak-Out's full-meal delivery system features a menu of American cuisine such as rib eye steaks and New York strip steaks; a grilled chicken breast filet; cheeseburgers; and steak and chicken sandwiches. Meals, delivered hot and fresh to the home or office, are served with a steaming baked potato, butter and sour cream, a freshly tossed salad, and a dinner roll.

Made to order fresh food is grilled, customized meals are brought to you by Steak-Out Charbroiled Delivery. Providing take-out and delivery service, 80 percent of a Steak-Out store's sales volume comes from delivery, while 20 percent of sales comes from take-out orders. Currently, there are 88 Steak-Out Char-broiled Delivery stores open in 17 Southeast, Mid-Atlantic, and Midwestern states. In fact, Steak-Out is moving into strong metropolitan markets such as Colorado, Arizona, Texas, Massachuesetts, South Dakota, and New York.

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