Jeff Ruby's Offering Free Joe Burrow Steak Topper in Advance of Cincinnati Bengals Playoff Game

Every meal kit ordered Friday through Sunday will include a complimentary Creole crawfish sauce.

click to enlarge Each meal kit ordered this weekend comes with a free Joe Burrow-themed steak topper. - PHOTO: FACEBOOK.COM/JEFFRUBYCULINARYENTERTAINMENT
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Each meal kit ordered this weekend comes with a free Joe Burrow-themed steak topper.

After winning the title of AFC North champions, the Cincinnati Bengals are advancing to the AFC Wild Card this weekend.

To celebrate, Jeff Ruby's steakhouses — which famously name their steaks after local sports heroes — are offering free Joe Burrow steak toppers with every meal kit purchase this weekend (Friday through Sunday).

Playing off of Burrow's time as a Heisman-trophy-winning quarterback at Louisiana State University, the topper is a Creole crawfish sauce.

The deal is available at all Ruby's steakhouses in Greater Cincinnati (Jeff Ruby's, The Precinct and Carlo & Johnny), but for takeout meal kits only. Meal kit options include blank angus for four ($185); a filet and strip package for four ($190); a package with filets, a strip and ribeye ($195); and surf and turf for two ($155).

Order your meal kit at jeffrubys.alohaorderonline.com.

If you don't want take-out, you could dine-in at any local Ruby's location and get a Steak Burrow for around $80. The dish features a 14-ounce blackened strip steak topped with the Creole sauce.

The No. 4-seed Bengals will host the No. 5-seed Las Vegas Raiders at 4:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 15, at Paul Brown Stadium downtown. The NFL says the game will air live on NBC, Peacock and Universo.

Cincinnati and Las Vegas both are 10-7 on the regular season. The Bengals last saw the Raiders on Nov. 21, when Cincinnati won 32-13

Get details and Jeff Ruby locations at jeffruby.com.

And Ruby's isn't the only restaurant operation in town paying tribute to Joe Burrow. Izzy's has brought back its Bengal King sandwich. The Bengal King is described as "an overstuffed reuben served on grilled marble rye with a potato pancake and pickles." For $11.99, the dish features Izzy's corned beef, sauerkraut, thousand island dressing and Swiss cheese.

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