03/09/2011 09:44 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011

Choose Your Steak Adventure at Bobby Van's


Feast like a titan of industry, back when industry titans weren't afraid to get fat, at Bobby Van's Steak Night. The goods: hit the Wall Street Bobby V's -- the elegant, power-exuding classic NY meat parlor -- and get a $100 meal for just $50: fresh mozz & tomato or crab cakes, choice of a 12oz filet mignon or sirloin (both 28-day dry-aged and served w/ mashed potatoes & creamed spinach), plus a cocktail made with Avion Tequila, preferred social lubricant of Johnny Drama and that funny fat kid named after a shelled reptile.

Because a little vino would be keen-o, you'll also get half-price on all wine pulled from a cellar built into JP Morgan's original 1898 bank vault -- from a $40 Wild Horse Merlot (now $20) to a $480 1983 Chateau Mouton Rothschild (now $240; do it, you know you want to).

If you're in a sandwich kind of mood, there's another, equally awesome option: an off-menu, Rewards-only filet mignon cheesesteak, redeemable anytime -- just don't overindulge too much, or someone will throw you in a Van, and steal your vital Morgans.

$50 for a meal that would've filled up Andrew Carnegie, or a one-of-a-kind cheesesteak, both with a 1/2 off wine deal worth way more than $50 on its own? Madness!