For a limited time on Outback’s Raise the Steak Menu, top your favorite Outback steak with your choice of a towering stack of crispy, beer-battered onion rings or a skewer of perfectly grilled shrimp – all placed atop a crispy hash brown cake.
The Onion Tower Sirloin features two of my favorite items from Outback, a Filet and their crispy, golden onion rings, but that is not all, on the bottom is a crispy hash brown cake.
If seafood is your thing you will love the Towering Grilled Shrimp on the Barbie Filet. Featuring the famous Filet topped with perfectly grilled shrimp, both The Towering Onion and Shrimp Tower are also available with Outback’s new Center-Cut Sirloin.
You all know how much I love chocolate and the all new Huge Chocolate Cake from Outback does not disappoint. We are talking about 6 layers of cake served with a raspberry sauce, yum! The Raise the Steaks Menu is available for a limited time so do not wait or you are sure to miss out. If you have not already, be sure to sign up for the Bloomin’ Brands Dine Rewards Program.Dine Rewards is free to join and the rewards begin immediately. After signing up online, members will receive an incentive of $5 off at Outback Steakhouse, Carrabba’s Italian Grill, or Bonefish Grill or $10 off at Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar. Earning rewards is easy, just make 3 qualified visits within 6 months to receive a reward of 50% off (up to $20 off at Outback Steakhouse, Carrabba’s Italian Grill, Bonefish Grill or up to $40 off at Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar) on food or non-alcoholic beverages. To redeem your rewards, every 4th visit, enjoy your 50% off reward within 90 days of earning it. There’s no limit to how many rewards you can earn.
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