We really didn’t have our hopes up for a return, but Inland Empire Restaurant Week is back!
Brio Tuscan Grille is getting a jump on National Lasagna Day, which is Saturday (July 29), by offering half off its lasagna entreés a couple of days early.
All day Thursday (July 27), the chain will be taking 50% off its lasagna dishes.
Inflation has struck Wienerschnitzel’s anniversary hot dog deal.
However, it’s just a penny in a year’s time.
To celebrate its 56th anniversary today (July 11), the world’s largest hot dog chain is offering either an original mustard dog or chili dog for just 56¢.
That’s right, it’s just a penny more than last year’s 55¢ deal for its 55th anniversary.
Juice It Up! is taking that opportunity to offer half off its classic smoothies today.
The folks at The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf are hosting another of their open houses today (March 23) from 2 to 6 p.m.
While those other guys are trying to figure out how to serve breakfast all day, Dairy Queen has taken a slightly different tack.
The chain has just expanded its $5 and $6 Buck Lunch deals (yes, we know it’s redundant) availability to all day.
The deals were previously only available from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily.
Congratulations to Philly’s Best!
The Southern California sandwich shop — founded by former Philadelphians — is celebrating its 25th anniversary today (January 25).
MOD Pizza is celebrating its 200 stores (and 4,000 “MOD Squaders”) by giving everyone a discount.
On Tuesday (January 24), all MOD size pizzas and salads will be $2 off.
As if you needed an excuse to check out Claremont’s restaurant scene, Claremont Restaurant Week begins today (January 16).
The event works as it has in the past: Some participating restaurants are offering prix fixe meal specials, while others are showcasing customer favorite dishes, seasonal specials, and housemade desserts, all as a way to attract folks from across Southern California to dine in the city.
Like I said, as if.
The event runs through January 29.
Head over the jump for a list of participating restaurants.
Not to incite panic, but there’s a little more than a week left until Christmas. Have you finished your gift list?
No? You’re in luck.
Many restaurants — from fast food chains to local independents — are giving bonuses with the purchase of gift cards.