First, there was the massive price cut on the Butcher and Singer burger (10 ounces, with fries) at lunch from $16 to $5.95 and now, Starr tweets that, beginning tonight, Butcher and Singer will serve a 24-ounce bone-in ribeye for $18 at dinner service. This is quite a deal, especially for fans of that cut, prized for its marbling (read: fat). There’s no ribeye currently listed the menu on the Butcher and Singer site, but steak prices there run from $34 for an eight ounce filet to $46 for a dry-aged porterhouse; ribeyes generally occupy the higher end. For example, Barclay Prime, Starr’s other steakhouse, serves a 20-ounce dry-aged ribeye for $48. No word yet on whether Butcher’s ribeye is dry-aged, wet-aged or aged at all. If the success of the burger price cut spurred Starr to engage in the steak slashing, it makes us wonder what other discounts he might have up his sleeve?