(DALLAS, TX)- One of the greatest dates in American history is too often overlooked, even here in the Lone Star State. Sunday, March 2nd, marks the 178th anniversary of the signing of the Texas Declaration of Independence.
This weekend, Texas Land & Cattle is inviting steak lovers to celebrate Texas independence with food and drink specials that would make Davy Crockett, Sam Houston and Stephen F. Austin proud.
From Friday, February 28th, through Sunday,March 2nd, Texas Land & Cattle guests may enjoy a special Texas Independence Day three-course meal featuring a choice of appetizer (smoked onion rings or spicy white queso), side salad (Caesar or wedge) and entrée (9 oz. house smoked sirloin, 9 oz. top sirloin or wood roasted chicken).
The special price of $18.36 is our tip-of-the-hat to the year of Texas' independence.
"What better time to come on by, enjoy our unique 'Texas Craft Dining' experience, and see what a difference genuine Texas-bred beef can make," said Tim Dungan, President & CFO of Texas Land & Cattle. "We're proud of our Texas heritage and we're proud to exclusively serve genuine Angus steaks from the sixth-generation Hartley Ranch in Stephenville."
In addition to the three-course meal special, 16 oz. Shiner drafts are just $2, and a pair of Texas handcrafted cocktails - Deep Eddy Mule and Shiner Peach - are just $4, this weekend only.
Texas Land & Cattle currently owns and operates 27restaurants in Texas, Arkansas, Missouri, New Mexico and North Carolina. To experience an expertly seasoned and crafted Hartley Ranch steak near you, please visit
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