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Another restaurant added to competition for best steak

Another local restaurant is receiving votes in a contest to determine who has “Alabama’s Best Steak.”

Oh! Bryan’s Family Steakhouse in Hartselle has joined the list alongside Sedona Steakhouse in Hartselle and JW Steakhouse in Priceville. The Alabama Cattlemen’s Association kicked off the online voting portion of the “Alabama’s Best Steak” contest July 1, a statewide beef promotion designed to find the best steakhouse in the state.

Since voting has begun, the contest has generated more than 3,000 votes for over 100 restaurants across the state. Online voting will continue until Sept. 24 and is open to anyone and for any restaurant in Alabama that serves a great steak. Voting is available at www.bamabeef.org.

As the competition continues to heat up throughout the state, restaurant owners and consumers are promoting the contest for hopes of being named as one of the coveted “Top 5” vote-getters.

These five winning restaurants will be announced to kick off “October Beef Month” in Alabama.

Once named into the “Top 5”, a team of anonymous judges will take the month of October to visit each restaurant in order to find the “Sultan of Steaks!” recognized in a media event by the end of October.

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