Ellis Island Raises Price on Steak Special

by Michelle Snow on September 19, 2007

by Michelle Snow | September 19th, 2007  

Ellis Island Las Vegas Raises Price on Steak SpecialFor years, one of the best dining specials in Las Vegas has been the steak dinner at Ellis Island. For $4.95, you got a 10-ounce filet-cut steak, served with salad, vegetable, potato, garlic bread, and rolls. It was available 24 hours a day, but it wasn’t on the menu, so you had to know to ask for it.

After many years, Ellis Island has decided to raise the price to $6.95. I know, a whole $2, right? But it’s still a great deal, since it’s now served with your choice of an Ellis Island microbrew beer or rootbeer.

And they still have matchplay coupons on the paper placemats in the restaurant, if you want to do a little gambling after you eat.

Ellis Island is the casino at the Super 8 Motel on Koval, near the intersection of Flamingo. For those on the Strip, it is 2 blocks east, behind Bally’s. For more information, you can visit ellisislandcasino.com.

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