Wienerschnitzel has rolled out a limited-time dipped cone flavor and daily $1.99 deals.
The new dipped cone flavor — cake batter — will make every day seem like a birthday party. The cake batter-flavored shell even includes rainbow sprinkles!
The daily $1.99 deals include a mix of hot dogs and sides.
Slater’s 50/50 might be the chain to have pioneered the bacon/ground beef burger patty, but Jack in the Box is taking it nationally.
The fast food chain has just introduced its Bacon Insider burger, which features a brioche bun with the aforementioned combo patty, sandwiched between six slices of bacon, slathered with a bacon mayo and topped with lettuce, tomato and American cheese.
In other words, it’s a bacon lover’s dream.
We don’t have a whole lot of details, but the Greater Ontario Convention and Visitors Bureau has announced the inaugural Inland Empire Restaurant Week will be March 21 to 30.
No participants have been announced yet, but the organizers are expecting about 100 restaurants in San Bernardino and Riverside counties to participate.
Restaurants will offer specially-priced lunches and dinners, designed to highlight the best the restaurant has to offer.
Read more from Inland Valley Daily Bulletin reporter Grace Wong here. Click here for the original press release.
For a limited time, the Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf has added a latte macchiato to its beverage lineup.
For the next three Mondays (January 13, 20 and 27), guests can try a small latte macchiato for just $2.
Flavor choices are caramel, vanilla bean and dark chocolate.
In case you haven’t seen the advertising blitz, corn dogs are currently just 99¢ at Wienerschnitzel.
The deal is good until January 31.
American Express is donating funds to Share our Strength’s No Kid Hungry campaign, which is dedicated to ending childhood hunger.
Cardholders can register their card and each time they dine out through Jan. 31, American Express will donate $1 to the organization, up to $1 million.
Click here to register your card.
Who doesn’t love getting a gift card, especially if it’s from your favorite eatery?
Every holiday season, restaurants try to attract your gift card purchases by sweetening the pot with bonus cards and other extras.
This year is no exception.
Since 2001, Panera Bread has been rolling out its cherry vanilla Pink Ribbon bagel in October in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Panera donates 10¢ of every Pink Ribbon bagel sold to breast cancer charities.
However, on Friday (October 18), greater Los Angeles area locations (Inland Empire included) will be donating 100% of Pink Ribbon bagel sales to the Dr. Susan Love Research Foundation in support of its mission to achieve a future without breast cancer by focusing on prevention and finding the cause.
Head over the jump for a quick video of the campaign’s founder, Panera franchisee and cancer survivor Sue Stees, on the occasion of the campaign’s 10th anniversary in 2011.
Burger King recently introduced its lower-calorie French fries, dubbed Satisfries.
This weekend (October 12 and 13), the chain is promoting them by giving them away.
No purchase necessary. One value size order of Satisfries per customer per visit at participating locations.
Burger King locations can be found throughout the Inland Empire (although in fewer numbers these days).
If you’ve lived in the Inland Empire any length of time, one sure indicator that Halloween is on its way is when you visit Baker’s Drive-Thru and the cashier asks if you want to donate a dollar to Easter Seals.
This is the 25th year Baker’s has partnered with Easter Seals Southern California for its “Safe Halloween” campaign.