And, in Chicago's Loop, where you can always expect to pay more.
From the July 26th Chicago Tribune "A steal deal, just like in olden days" by Kevin Pang.
I think I want to apply for Mr.Pang's job. Go to neat old places and eat. Just my thing. And, I thought these steak places were long-gone, but they're not. Spending $7.99 for a full meal, and a steak one at that, is an amazing deal in these days of the price of everything going up and salaries for most folks dropping like a rock.
This steak house in Chicago at 100 W. Randolph St (near Clark and Lake streets) still has the prices in the windows. And..they're what the rest of us 99% can afford. Well, perhaps 85%.
I thought these steak places were gone, except, perhaps for J & D in Clinton, Iowa. I remember eating at Tad's Steak House in Chicago back in the 60s when a full meal cost $1.99.
The next time I'm in Chicago, I'll definitely try to eat at this place.
More to Come. --RoadDog