Every year, restaurants roll out the red carpet for veterans and active duty military in honor of Veterans Day, offering free and discounted meals. Here’s a look at what’s being offered this year.
Good news for McGriddle and biscuit fans: McDonald’s has expanded its all-day breakfast offerings.
In addition to English muffin sandwiches, diners can now choose biscuit sandwiches or McGriddles any time of day.
Which, precisely, is why our excitement for McDonald’s initial all-day breakfast offering was tempered: You couldn’t get their full breakfast menu any time. And, bizarrely, you still can’t.
Timed seemingly to the minute when McDonald’s began rolling out its expanded All-Day Breakfast menu across Southern California, Jack in the Box today announced the availability of its Brunchfast menu across the entire chain.
The fast food chain had been testing the menu earlier this year in about 20 locations throughout Riverside County.
Even though he’s 80 years old, Bob’s Big Boy doesn’t seem to have aged a day.
The Norco Bob’s Big Boy, 3521 Hamner Ave., is celebrating the chain’s 80th anniversary today (September 20) with 80¢ Big Boy burgers with the purchase of a beverage.
One offer per customer, please.
The deal begins at 11 a.m., and lasts until 10 p.m., or until they run out.
For more information, click here for the Facebook event page.
Moms. dads, and legal guardians of all kinds: Set your alarm a little early tomorrow (September 13) and bring the schoolkids to McDonald’s for a free back-to-school breakfast.
Between 6:30 and 9:30 a.m., students up to eighth grade can get a free breakfast sandwich, apple slices and low fat milk.
The offer is available at participating Southern California McDonald’s restaurants.
McDonald’s restaurants can be found throughout the Inland Empire.
For more information, click here.
This year, IHOP is helping out yet again.
From 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. today (August 23), IHOP is offering a $1 short stack of pancakes, with that dollar going to No Kid Hungry, an organization dedicated to ending childhood hunger in America.
Inland Empire Restaurant Week, originally set for spring of this year, is taking advantage of the late summer doldrums and is launching today (August 12).
Besides, it really is too hot to cook.
Perhaps as a consolation for the delayed launch, the fifth edition of the event has been extended to a full two weeks instead of the 10 days previous events have lasted. The event comes to a close on August 25.
Happy 55th anniversary to Wienerschnitzel!
Celebrating “Der fun since ’61,” the world’s largest hot dog chain is celebrating in typical Wienerschnitzel style…by offering hot dogs at a bargain price.
Today (July 11), the chain is selling hot dogs — original, chili or kraut dogs — for just 55¢.
Guests can buy up to 10 hot dogs at that price.
Wienerschnitzel locations can be found throughout the Inland Empire.