Some great deals at Fleming’s, one of my Favorite places!

Mmmmm...Steak Porn!

I don’t know if I have mentioned it lately but did I mention that I am a huge fan of Fleming’s Steakhouse? they always have a killer wine list, and you can get a flight of 3 wines served in a really cool vertical “holder thingy”.

Fleming’s has what I consider the best happy hour value around in it’s 5-6-7 program…with a cajun butter shrimp dish that will put you in a butter coma. Good Steaks are few and far between, but at Fleming’s you can count on a great meal and fantastic service. I had some of the best service ever at the L.A. Live Fleming’s a few weeks ago… Fantastic!

I got a press release today about a great new bargain from Fleming’s. Its a 3 course menu for $39 bucks….its a great deal and you can take a date to a nice dinner and not break the back….see the details below, and trust me, you can’t go wrong with this!…I know I sound like a  commercial for Fleming’s but I am not, its just a great steak for a great price!
WHAT:             Fleming’s Winter Prix Fixe Menu:  Three Courses for $39.95

Fleming’s Executive Chef Russell Skall has created an innovative 3-course dinner  with bold and flavorful offerings. The new Winter Prix Fixe menu offers a choice of appetizer, two entrées and dessert.

WHEN:             Available nightly now through March 29, 2011

WHERE:          Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar
Please visit FlemingsSteakhouse.com for your closest restaurant. Locations in Southern California include Newport Beach, El Segundo and Rancho Mirage.

COST:             $39.95 per person (tax, gratuity, and suggested wines not included)

MENU:             Choice of one of two entrées and the option of Hearty Mushroom Soup or Roasted Pear and Candied Walnut Salad, and dessert.

To take the guesswork out of the dining experience, Director of Wine Marian Jansen op de Haar provides full-bodied wine selections for each entree.

Bistro Steak: flavorful and tender; ratatouille and cabernet butter sauce
Suggested wine: Chateau Greysac, Medoc France, 2005/2006

Crackling Pork Shank: mashed sweet potatoes with Asian barbecue glaze, drizzled with cilantro oil
Suggested wine: Von Buhl, Riesling Pfalz Medium-Dry Jazz Germany, 2008

Dessert: Chocolate Mousse Cake, Almond brittle and crème anglaise
Suggested wine: Fonseca, Reserve Porto Bin 27 Portugal NV

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