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Perry’s Steakhouse offering 79 cent pork chops


If you love that three finger tall pork chop at Perry’s Steakhouse– and really, who doesn’t? – here’s a big deal for you.

The Houston-based chop chain is celebrating its 40th anniversary with a pork chop deal this Friday.

The company says the first 100 guests to visit any of the three DFW Perry’s locations before 11 a.m. this Friday, May 17, can order the lunch-size pork chop special for just 79 cents.

Before 11 a.m.? Yes, apparently a line forms outside each restaurant before lunch service begins at 11 a.m. on Fridays.

Perry’s “Famous Pork Chop” is a seven-finger tall, slow-roasted chop that is served with herb-garlic butter sauce and carved tableside for dinner service.

Perry’s is open for lunch on Fridays only from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. While the full lunch and dinner menus are also available during Friday lunch each week, Perry’s serves an average of 6,000 pork chops every Friday at lunch company-wide across its 15 steakhouse locations.

The lunch-size pork chop is roughly half the size of the dinner portion. It normally costs $15 and is served with whipped potatoes and homemade applesauce.

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