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Lucky Leprechauns, Peeled Shrimp and Hot Wings At Country Rib Eye Steak House

Country Rib Eye Steak House 725 Progress Drive, Richmond, IN 47374
Country Rib Eye Steak House 725 Progress Drive, Richmond, IN 47374
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The Country Rib Eye Steak House in
Richmond, IN is an action place with good foods and great drinks. Larry and Barb Garrett, owners, always plan for special events and offer an array of discounts and drink specials sure to please.

 


The Country Rib Eye Steak House is located in north western
Richmond
just off I-70 Exit 149A near the Tom Raper RV complex. Those looking to find it on their GPS can use the address

725 Progress Drive

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A special shot is featured monthly and the March shot is known as the Lucky Leprechaun.  There’s always a monthly beer special as well and the March special is a brew called Smithwick.  They always have an array of beers to suit every taste with some of them offered in special bucket deals.

 


Peel and eat shrimp fans should make a pilgrimage to this steak house every Tuesday evening.  They have nice big peel and eat shrimp for just 25 cents each and the pleasant wait staff will keep serving as long as you’re hungry.  If you’re a real sea foodie you can also go for the all you can eat crab legs special on Tuesday evenings as well.

 


If you’re a hot wings fan you’ll want to be there all day on Thursdays.  Their hot wings are just 25 cents each and they’re breaded and fried just right.  Various sauces are available and you can mix and match these as you hit the wings hard.

 


The steaks served here are high quality and prepared the way you like them best. Be sure to take advantage of Larry’s Great Steak Specials every Fri and Sat nights but a great steak is available whenever you have a steak attack.

 


There will be the annual St. Patricks Day Party Wed. Mar. 17th. and the green beer will be flowing. Their beers are always served nice and cold although displaced English patrons who like a warm beer can order that too.

 


The second Saturday of each month features a big dart tournament.  Some of the tournaments are fund raisers for worthy causes and all of them are hotly contested fun.

 


There are live bands or DJ’s on Friday and Saturday nights for entertainment while you  wet your whistle and dine on good foods. This is a friendly place for casual dining and you can rub elbows with good folks from all walks of life.

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