As they are wont to do from time to time, Panda Express is offering guests a free single serving entrée with a coupon.
This go-round, the coupon — good Wednesday (April 17) only — is for Samurai Surf and Turf.
Samurai Surf and Turf is made with Angus top sirloin steak, marinated shrimp, red bell pepper, string beans and diced potatoes.
Wonder if the dish is so named because the potatoes are diced with a samurai sword. We’d like to think so.
The coupon, which can be found here, can be printed out or shown on your mobile device.
Panda Express locations can be found throughout the Inland Empire.
In a trend that seems have shrunk a little this year (kinda like our take-home pay), restaurants are easing the burden on weary taxpayers by offering deals tomorrow (April 15), which happens to be Tax Day.
Head over the jump to see what’s available here in the Inland Empire.
Sure, Kentucky Fried Chicken has boneless chicken, and has had for a while now.
However, the latest offering from the ubiquitous fried chicken is its original recipe chicken, sans skin and bones.
The launch will take place April 14, with a two piece (one white, one dark) combo meal, with a side, biscuit and a drink, being offered for $4.99.
A 10-piece mixed bucket (four pieces of boneless and six pieces original recipe on the bone) will go for $14.99.
Attention homebrewers…Hangar 24 Craft Brewery’s fourth annual Homebrew Competition begins next week!
Entries will be accepted beginning April 13.
First, second and third places in each category will receive prizes.
The grand prize winner will get his or her beer brewed by Hangar 24 for consumption in the brewery’s tasting room and will also be entered into the 2013 Great American Beer Festival’s Pro-Am Competition.
Sunday (March 24) is National Corn Dog Day, and Wienerschnitzel is celebrating by giving away corn dogs!
The catch is you gotta buy one to get one, but it’s still free, right?
In addition, the chain is in the midst of its ‘Cash in on a Corn Dog’ contest, so that corn dog could be worth as much as $10,000.
Wienerschnitzel has locations throughout the Inland Empire.
You would think that a place called Panera Bread would cater to people who like…uh…bread, right?
But what about those who don’t eat bread, because of allergies or dietary restrictions?
Panera’s recently-launched “hidden menu” might just fit the bill.
March is Jersey Mike’s Subs’ Month of Giving, when customers are encouraged to make a donation to each location’s charity partner.
Here in the Inland Empire, that charity partner is the Upland-based Steven’s Hope for Children, which provides assistance to families with seriously ill or injured kids.
The chain’s Month of Giving culminates on Wednesday, March 27, when 100% of that day’s proceeds goes to the charity partner.
Like the return of swallows to San Juan Capistrano, Baconalia! has returned to Denny’s.
OK, so Denny’s skipped a year, but you get the point.
Besides, the 2013 version of Baconalia! nearly doubles the number of offerings from back in 2011.
Back is the infamous (and delicious) maple bacon sundae, along with two other baconated dessert items — the maple bacon milkshake and the salted caramel brownie sundae with bacon (pictured above).
Bacon lovers should head over the jump for the rest of the limited-time menu.
St. Patrick’s Day is a notable day to drink beer, but which beer is the question.
Do you go the traditional route with a Guinness Stout or do you stick with your usual brew, perhaps a Corona even a — gasp! — Coors Light?
We’ve chosen 16 beers based on U.S. St. Patrick’s Day sales and/or popularity in Ireland, and left it to you to choose which one is the ultimate St. Patrick’s Day beer.
Every few days, we’ll tally the votes and narrow the field until there’s a single winner.
Ready? Click here to vote.
Both Chili’s Grill & Bar and Farrell’s Ice Cream Parlour are hosting fundraisers over the next couple of days for the families of recent fallen and injured Inland Empire officers.
On Sunday (March 10), Southern California Chili’s locations will donate 15% of your check to the Riverside Police Officers’ Association’s Assistance Fund when you present this flier when dining.
The fund is used to support the families of fallen and injured officers, including Riverside Police officers Michael Crain and Andrew Tachias, and San Bernardino Sheriff’s Detective Jeremiah MacKay and Deputy Alex Collins.
On Monday, March 18, Farrell’s will donate 100% of net profits from food purchases and 15% of gift card purchases at its Riverside (3610 Park Sierra Drive) and Rancho Cucamonga (10742 Foothill Blvd.) locations to RPOA and the Sheriff’s Employee Assistance Team. Check out this flier for more.