Most Helpful Girl
Yea but if you're buying steak, you may need more. When I go, i usually get the burger and fries. Its DELICIOUS1THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
Most Helpful Guy
That's playing it REALLY close! Let me explain why.
You have to think about the following costs:
two drinks (not alcohol like u said, i'm talking about iced tea, soda, lemonade, etc.)
possibly an appetizer
possibly a dessert
So let's say u two don't get an appetizer or dessert. So then you are budgeting for 2 entrees, 2 drinks, and tip.
Let "Q" be the cost of the bill (entrees, drinks).
If you tip 15% (which is about the average), the tip would be 0.15 * Q, as in 15% of the bill itself.
If u have $60 as your budget, your equation would be; the bill, plus tip of the bill, equals your budget :
Q + (0.15 *Q) = 60
1.15 * Q = 60
Q = 60 / 1.15
Q = 52.17
So $52.17, would be the absolute maximum your bill can be to stay on a $60 budget with a 15% tip.
So let's say 2 bottomless drinks are $3.50 each, your budget has $45.17 for two entrees. Divided by 2 that would be about $22.58 per entree.
Scope out the menu online at Longhorn Steakhouse in your area (so u can see the pricing), and see if $22.50 is feasible enough for an entree.1THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE