Celebrate Texas' Independence With Chicken-Fried Steak

Ride the gravy train at Hyde Park Bar & Grill

photo by Hyde Park Bar & Grill/ Facebook

Celebrate the independence of the Lone Star State by getting $3 off on a chicken-fried steak dinner at either Hyde Park Bar & Grill location on Monday, March 2.

While you're enjoying the bargain deal on a big plate of the national dish of Texas, indulge in another Austin passion by entering your email for the chance to win a Luxury Texas History Bike Tour from Texas Bike Tours, a $60 value per rider. The two- to three-hour bike tours highlight Austin and Texas historic sites in and around Hyde Park, Austin's first suburb – including the Elizabet Ney museum – and continue to the University of Texas, the Texas Capitol building, neighborhood parks, the moon towers, Lady Bird Lake, the Pfluger Bridge, and more.

Hyde Park Bar & Grill
4206 Duval, 512/458-3168
4521 West Gate Blvd., 512/899-2700

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