Devon Seafood + Steaks offering surf and turf New Year’s Eve specials
Restaurant will also serve a New Year’s Day brunch buffet
GLENDALE, Wis. (Dec. 27, 2016) – Devon Seafood + Steaks is ringing in the new year with two exclusive $60 specials on New Year’s Eve in addition to full menu service at all locations. Diners can choose from a one-pound lobster tail or a surf and turf dinner featuring a six-ounce filet and eight-ounce lobster tail on Dec. 31 only, served with the choice of two seasonal sides.
Devon, 5715 N. Bayshore Drive, Glendale, Wisconsin, will be open from 11 a.m. – 11 p.m. on New Year’s Eve, offering lunch and dinner service. The $60 specials will be available for purchase during dinner service only:
- One-pound lobster tail
- Surf and turf:
- Six-ounce filet
- Eight-ounce lobster tail
Additionally, Devon will be open on New Year’s Day, including a New Year’s Day brunch buffet on Jan. 1. Brunch service will be available from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m., followed by dinner service from 4 p.m. – 9 p.m.
For further details and reservation information, please call Devon at (414) 967-9790.
About Devon Seafood + Steak
Devon Seafood + Steak is nestled in the heart of Milwaukee’s North Shore at 5715 N. Bayshore Drive in Glendale. Conveniently located in Bayshore Town Center, Devon offers the area’s freshest premium seafood, prime steaks, handcrafted signature cocktails and an impressive wine selection.
Devon works with quality fishmongers, water men, ranchers and artisan producers to create dishes that are excellent from the start, using fine ingredients that separate the good from the great. Enjoy Devon’s seamless service in a classic, upscale atmosphere that sets it apart from other Milwaukee restaurants.
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