The uncertainty of Wall Street is leaving many dinning tables empty, so local restaurants are revamping their menus for an affordable date night. Restaurants like Outback Steakhouse have completely redone their menus, offering great deals for affordable prices. "Outback started out 20 years ago as a great place to hang out and as prices rose everywhere else so did ours, making us seem more like an occasion restaurant, but with our new menu were trying to get back to that old feeling," said Outback Proprietor Jeff Hood. Other restaurants are not lowering their prices, instead their taking off the price completely. The local Red Robin is giving away one childs meal for every adult on a ticket. "Its a great way to help out families with affording a night out and it also gives them some time for family time," says Marlene Dixon, Asst. Manager. Deals like these are popping up all over town, but many are for a limited time and are subject to change.
Kellie Miller Reacts to City Council Win
Click here to watch complete post-election interview
Miller Defeats Savage, Retains City Council Seat
Steve Savage took early lead, but Kellie Miller ends up with the most votes
KTAB PM Forecast: Saturday, June 15th, 2013
Clouds gradually move out overnight, helping to bring some warm temperatures back into the Big Country by Sunday. Rain chances return Monday!
CALF Boosts Downtown Economy
Local residents hit the streets of downtown Abilene for the 2nd annual Children's Art and Literacy Festival.
KTAB Regional Forecast Heartland: PM June 14th, 2013
Mostly Cloudy With a Slight Shower/Storm Chance
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