Leading up to the unveiling of the rejuvenated Uncle Slam on Saturday, February 16th at Wegmans, the Potomac Nationals will be chronicling Slam's whereabouts in Northern Virginia this week with help from tips provided by P-Nats official sponsors and community partners.
Tuesday, Uncle Slam was spotted carving up a delicious eight ounce prime rib at one of the Potomac Nationals' favorite hangouts, The All American Steakhouse, at 4179 Merchant Plaza in Woodbridge.
Since a front office fire broke out in late June of 2012, Uncle Slam has been on the mend, but these days, the P-Nats central cheerleader has fully regained his strength and is never short on protein thanks to a full assortment of steak selections at The All American Steakhouse.
Reports say that Slam was the first one through the door on Tuesday at The All American Steakhouse and that he took advantage of the "Lucky 13 Tuesday Deal" which features a delicious array of meat, such as the aforementioned prime rib (Uncle Slam's favorite), an eight ounce sirloin steak, 15 grilled shrimp, the fresh 'catch of the day', chicken breast, or barbeque ribs and chicken. Any of these main dishes are served with two hearty sides, all for just $13 every Tuesday—all day!
"The All American Steakhouse is a great place to grab a tasty steak and recover from a tough work out at Gold's Gym Lake Ridge. The good folks at 'The Steakhouse' have been a huge help in keeping Uncle Slam fed well during his rehabilitation," says Potomac Nationals Assistant General Manager, Ticket Operations, Zach Prehn.
Be sure to catch Uncle Slam's 2013 debut on Opening Night, April 5th as the P-Nats host the defending Carolina League Champion, Lynchburg Hillcats (Atlanta Braves) at 7:05pm.
For season tickets and mini plans to come see the Nationals at Pfitzner Stadium, call 703-590-2311 to speak to a P-Nats ticket representative.
The All American Steakhouse & Sports Theater, providing the guests with the best service possible is our first priority. From the Host Staff to the Kitchen staff we believe that every employee is key to the success of our business. The All American experience begins with our friendly host staff opening the door and greeting each guest that walks in and out of the restaurant. We start each shift with a pre-shift meeting to make sure that our team is well informed of the daily features and given all the tools necessary to provide the best experience possible to our guests. Teamwork is the backbone of The All American Steakhouse & Sports Theater. So though you have one server, it is not uncommon to encounter several servers either helping deliver food or clear tables during your experience with us. Our managers on duty make it a priority to speak with guests in the dining room and sports theater regularly to make sure that everyone has a great experience. At The All American Steakhouse & Sports Theater our motto is "Make it Personal". We want each and every guest to not only feel welcome, but also to know how much we appreciate their business.
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