Foodies, it's that time of year again! Greater Palm Springs Restaurant Week 2018 spreads out across the oasis for 17 days from June 1 through June 17 with 100+ participating dining spots.

Steakhouses are often labeled as expensive choices for dining—but not so during Restaurant Week. Participating local favorites and national chains alike are offering a chance to tuck into their prime and choice selections for very reasonable prices.

During this 17-day foodie fest, why not treat yourself to steak night at one of these top steakhouse venues around town?

Greater Palm Springs Restaurant Week Steakhouses

Chop House at Jackalope Ranch

The entrée course at the Chop House offers a number of upgrades, for example a prime cowboy chop rather than the center cut steak ($19) or add an 8-ounce lobster tail to your dish ($24) or get the Alaskan halibut ($14) instead of the seared salmon. There are other options are also available. $39.

Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse and Wine Bar at The River

Add a lobster tail ($26) or Diablo shrimp ($14) with barbecue butter sauce to any entrée. Fleming’s is also known for its extensive by-the-glass wine list, so it’s likely you’ll something to like to enhance your meal. $49.

Kaiser Grille, Palm Desert

Add four scrumptious grilled shrimp ($10) to Medallions of Beef tenderloin or upgrade the Seared Salmon to Alaskan halibut ($8). $29.

LG’s Prime Steakhouse, Palm SpringsLa Quinta

This steakhouse staple's prix fixe dinner includes a choice of filet mignon, prime rib, herb-roasted chicken breast or Scottish salmon for the entrees. $49.

Morton’s The Steakhouse

This well-known steakhouse offers ups the ante with an optional lobster bisque ($3) on the first course. Entrees include the center cut filet mignon, double-cut prime pork chop and Chicken Christopher. $49.

Mr. Lyon’s Steakhouse

Tara Lazar’s paean to the great steakhouses of midcentury American offers up a $39 menu with a $20 wine pairing menu that includes a glass for each course.

Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse

Another classic steakhouse, Ruth's Chris menu includes wine pairings for each selection in each course (of course, you’re certainly welcome to mix things). Indulgent options include entrée supplements like a lobster tail ($17), six large shrimp ($15), crab cake ($15) or lobster mac’n’cheese ($20.50). $39.

The Steakhouse at Agua Caliente Casino Resort SpaThe Steakhouse at Spa Resort Casino

While both offer a $49 menu, the Spa location ups the ante with wine pairings for each selection and upgrades like the grass-fed ribeye and a porterhouse pork chop. Along with the wine suggestions, try the Speakeasy cocktail, $12, made with Templeton rye and Benedictine.

Sullivan’s Steakhouse

Sullivan’s is going all out with options to its $39 menu. Start your meal with a Knockout Martini or French 75, either $13 or a glass ($16) of Sullivan’s Red Blend wine. Beef up your entrée with an upgrade to a bone-in filet or Kansas City strip steak for an additional $20 or add Lump Crab Oscar, $15, or side dishes for $7 each. They also offer a selection of compound butters and house-made sauces.

Hungry for more? Check out menus and make reservations for Greater Palm Springs Restaurant Week here!