Sushi Transforms Into Steak Marquee Each Monday

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Since opening last year, Sushi Marquee has done a lot. Delighted patrons with good sushi and impressive cocktails. Opened for lunch. Entertained diners with vibrant art, interactive video screens, live music, and even broke world records. But now, Sushi Marquee is topping all of that… by changing its name. Starting on October 29 and occurring each Monday, the fun-loving Japanese-inspired concept will be known as Steak Marquee, because that’s when it rolls out its new Monday night special. For just $25, diners will receive a 16-ounce ribeye and a 16-ounce beer, which is a whole lot of steak and beer for not a lot of cash.

This steak-and-beer combo will be available from 6:30 – 9 p.m., so you can enjoy a delicious steak dinner during Monday Night Football. The restaurant will bring in 30-40 steaks each Monday, and offer them until they’re gone. So to secure a steak for yourself, it’s strongly encouraged that you make a reservation, lest you miss out on this amazing deal.

In addition to the steak and beer, Steak Marquee will also be featuring select bottles of wine for just $20-$25, plus an assortment of side dishes.

STEAK MARQUEE MENU

16 oz Ribeye and Beer – $25

Choice of Miller Lite, Coors Light, Shiner Bock or Blue Moon

Add-Ons

Side Salad – $5

Sweet & Spicy Vegetable Medley – $5

Asparagus – $5

Wasabi Mashed Potatoes – $5

Garlic Mashed Potatoes – $5

Grilled Shrimp (4) – $7

Lobster Tail – $12

White Wine Bottles

Surf Swim Chardonnay – $20

Tenshen White Blend – $25

Red Wine Bottles

Black Ink Red Blend – $20

Santa Ema Cabernet Sauvignon – $25

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