We’re down to the last couple of days of the return of
Starbucks’ Frappuccino Happy Hour.
Through Saturday (May 10), participating Starbucks locations are offering half-price Frappuccino beverages (any size, any flavor) between 3 and 5 p.m.
My Starbucks Rewards members have an extended Happy Hour (until 6 p.m.) when paying with a registered Starbucks card.
Starbucks locations can be found throughout the Inland Empire.
here for more information.
Carl’s Jr. on Monday (April 28) for a buy-one-get-one-free deal (with coupon) on the chain’s new Western X-tra Bacon Thickburger.
The coupon can be found
Carl’s Jr. locations can be found throughout the Inland Empire.
Chick-fil-A has spent $50 million-plus and seven years perfecting its new grilled chicken recipe.
Beginning Monday (April 14), you’ll be able to taste the fruits of the chain’s labor in three new menu items, created partly in response to consumers’ desire for healthier options.
The bulk of the investment was spent working with Garland Grills to create a proprietary grill, which was 11 years in the making. The grill sears chicken on cast-iron grates just like on a backyard grill, only faster.
Taco Bell‘s foray into breakfast has rattled a few fast food cages.
McDonald’s quick response was to offer a free small coffee during breakfast hours for two weeks.
The promotion began Monday (March 31) and runs through April 13.
Stressed out by tax season? Chill out with a 99¢ chili dog from
The fast food chain has reduced the price of its iconic chili dogs through April 27.
Also, Saturday (April 5) through Monday (April 7), Wienerschnitzel is lowering the price of its three family combos from $9.99 to $6.99.
Today (March 22) is National Corn Dog Day and corn dog fans can get a terrific deal just by heading to Wienerschnitzel.
Today only at participating Wienerschnitzel locations, you can get two corn dogs for just $1.
One for you, and one for your sweetie. Or, maybe just two for you.
Wienerschnitzel locations can be found throughout the Inland Empire.
mentioned it before, but it’s finally here! The first-ever Inland Empire Restaurant Week begins today (March 21)!
A total of 60 restaurants from 20 different communities across the I.E. and beyond are participating in this inaugural event.
Those restaurants are giving diners a chance to sample several courses from a special discounted prix fixe menu.
Lunch prices are $10, $15 and $20, while dinners cost $20, $30 and $40.
We’re in the midst of the Lenten season, but you don’t need to step foot in any church to find that out.
All you have to do is drive past any fast food outlet.
As is an annual tradition, fast food restaurants are advertising their seafood offerings, hoping to reel in customers who are eschewing meat on Fridays.
It’s that time again!
Time to eat pancakes and help out local
Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.
The day is tomorrow (March 4) and the place is your local
For those of you who are unaware, it’s a really simple fundraiser.
Wienerschnitzel is appealing to the miser in all of us with a special Valentine’s Day corn dog deal.
The chain’s offer is two corn dogs for just a buck.
At that price, even the most frugal of skinflints can afford to take their sweetie out for lunch.