Steak

Original Text: Steak


Without humans to specify their likings, all steaks would be cooked medium-well. Today’s Groupon dodges this monomeat dystopia. For $20 get $40 worth of food and drink at Poor Boys Steakhouse in Casper.

For thirty years, Poor Boys Steakhouse has been searing USDA cut steaks and other land and oceanic victuals on its open-top broiler and drenching them with a house sauce protected by cloak and dagger. All meals are accompanied with a bucket of soylent green salad served nuclear or extended family style. Clandestine sauce transporters include Aunt Belle’s bacon-wrapped filet ($17.99 for 7 ounces) and Grandpa’s Top Sirloin ($12.99 for 8 ounces). Those without a corner office can order for the job they want not the job they have with the Boss Man Chicken Grill topped with artichoke hearts, sun-dried tomatoes, and seniority ($15.99), or quietly climb the corporate ladder with the Poor Boys Steak Sandwich ($12.99). Cool off with fantail Jumbo Shrimp ($15.99) and Grilled Walleye ($16.99). Meanwhile, Tassie’s Tamer prepares no-meat athletes for race day with sautéed vegetables served over pasta, rice or any of Poor Boys’ mashed, sweet, baked, hashbrowned, or seasoned and fried potatoes ($10.99).

Relish boats serve as the meal’s advance team and arrive immediately to prepare the blue gingham tablecloths for the incoming wheat and rye loaves. Ranch style post-and-rail fences make good neighbors out of nearby booths. The fireplace lounge and wingback chairs in the Pump Room recall the Eurekas! of yesteryear with beer, wine, and a full bar service. Near the entrance, Poor Boys Steakhouse’s mock general store’s wooden baskets are stocked with complimentary penny candy that, unlike the brontosaurus, has not been accurately renamed.

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Without humans to specify their likings, all steaks would be cooked medium-well. Today’s Groupon dodges this mono-meat dystopia. For $20 you can get $40 worth of food and drink at Poor Boys Steakhouse in Casper.

For thirty years, Poor Boys Steakhouse has been searing USDA cut steaks, and other land and oceanic victuals on its open-top broiler and drenching them with a house sauce protected by cloak and dagger. All meals are accompanied with a bucket of soylent green salad served nuclear or extended family style.

Clandestine sauce transporters include Aunt Belle’s bacon-wrapped filet ($17.99 for 7 ounces) and Grandpa’s Top Sirloin ($12.99 for 8 ounces).

Those without a corner office can order for the job they want, not the job they have, with the Boss Man Chicken Grill topped with artichoke hearts, sun-dried tomatoes, and seniority ($15.99), or quietly climb the corporate ladder with the Poor Boys Steak Sandwich ($12.99).

Cool off with fantail Jumbo Shrimp ($15.99) and Grilled Walleye ($16.99).

Meanwhile, Tassie’s Tamer prepares no-meat athletes for race day with sauteed vegetables served over pasta, rice or any of Poor Boys’ mashed, sweet, baked, hash-browned, or seasoned and fried potatoes ($10.99).

Relish boats serve as the meal’s advance team and arrive immediately to prepare the blue gingham tablecloths for the incoming wheat and rye loaves.

Ranch style post-and-rail fences make good neighbors out of nearby booths. The fireplace lounge and wing-back chairs in the Pump Room recall the Eurekas! of yesteryear with beer, wine, and a full bar service. Near the entrance, Poor Boys Steakhouse’s mock general store wooden baskets are stocked with complimentary penny candy that, unlike the brontosaurus, has not been accurately renamed.


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