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Gobble up $1 filet mignon sandwiches at Morton's on Monday

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Celebrate National Filet Mignon Day at Morton's with $1 filet mignon sandwiches on Aug. 14.

Where's the beef? Find it at Morton's The Steakhouse on Monday, Aug. 14, to celebrate National Filet Mignon Day, which was celebrated this year on Aug. 13.

Gobble up $1 petite filet mignon sandwiches in the bar from 5:30 to  10 p.m.  No coupon is necessary for this national promotion, which is good while supplies last. The limit is 12 sandwiches per guests who dine-in only.

Morton's restaurants also do a nice daily happy hour with special savings on beer, wine and cocktails and yummy bar bites starting at $7. Try the Mini Crab Cake BLTs or the Fresh Cut Potato Chips
With Blue Cheese Dressing.

FUN FACTS: Filet mignon, which means "cute fillet" in French, is the the Cadillac of steaks and comes from the smaller end of the tenderloin on the cow, according to NationalDayCalendar.com. It's also the most expensive cut. Meat is graded by the United States Department of Agriculture as select, choice or prime, which is the highest quality and most tender.

The writer William Sydney Porter, known the pen name O. Henry, was the first to use the term filet mignon in "The Four Million," a collection of short stories published in 1906.

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