Amidst all the outrage that Millennials have been destroying casual dining with their penchant for farm-to-table atmospheres and unyielding thirst for avocado anything in lieu of a mortgage, there are actually some pretty good fast casual dining deals to be had. Behold, some of the better ones amidst popular restaurants. Prices vary by location (aka good luck getting these prices if you live in a metropolitan area). 

Ruby Tuesday (RT)
Kids eat free every Tuesday from 5 PM on - one free kids meal with every purchase of an adult meal 

Brinker International Inc.  (EAT) Chili's
$22 dinner for 2
2 entrees and a appetizer to split

TGI Friday's 
Endless Appetizers or "endless apps" 
$10 per person per appetizer 

DineEquity Inc. (DIN) owned Applebee's 
2 entrees plus an appetizer for $20 

Bloomin' Brands Inc. owned (BLMN) Outback Steakhouse 
Steak and unlimited shrimp starting at $15.99 

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