Remember, a steak dinner at Mr. Steak isn’t complete without all five ingredients, one of which apparently includes the waitress.
Welcome to October of 1976.
Anyone remember Mr. Steak? It was located where El Pollo Loco currently stands on Clayton Rd. in Concord, and in Walnut Creek, it was located at the current House of Sake.
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I remember it! Always had good food.
They had good food and service until it changed ownership.
I’ll have the #5
I know someone who would walk into a Shoney’s Big Boy restaurant and ask for a Big Girl to go with nothing on it,
With or without dressing?
$2.99 is about 21 2022 dollars. But that’s what you pay these days for a burger, fries and drink at some places.
good food!! worked there for several years in high school!! great place
@MIKE..…”…several years in highschool!!”….it only took me 4 years, you must have went to Clayton Valley HS.
“you must have went”……good grammar,, Obviously you didn’t spend much time in your English class during your four years.
Wasn’t Mr. Steak also at one time next door to the old Long’s before it became CVS and Grocery Outlet, etc., in the Clayton Valley Shopping Center? This is going way back to the late ’80s.
I still have my Mr. Steak shirt from when I worked there back in the day!
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