Chili dog lovers take heed!
This is the final weekend for Wienerschnitzel’s 99¢ chili dog deal.
The offer has been running for most of the month, but comes to a close on Sunday (January 27).
Wienerschnitzel has locations throughout the Inland Empire.
The Rancho Cucamonga Dairy Queen (9694 Base Line) is having its Customer Appreciation Day tomorrow (January 26).
The event will take place from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. and will feature half-price specials, such as $1.99 banana splits and 99¢ small cones.
For more information, click here.
This month, Mimi’s Cafe is offering an all-you-can-eat soup and salad lunch special.
For just $6.99, you can enjoy unlimited soup and salad, plus a muffin, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays.
You can choose from corn chowder, French onion soup, roasted tomato and basil bisque or the soup of the day, along with a garden or Caesar salad.
We’re partial to Mimi’s French onion soup, which we inevitably order every time we go, as we did when we took advantage of this deal earlier this week. The tomato bisque was really delicious, as well!
Inland Empire Mimi’s Cafe locations include San Bernardino, Rancho Cucamonga, Upland, Fontana, Chino and Victorville.
Today (January 15) is National Hat Day.
Arby’s, whose logo happens to be a giant hat, is hoping to make the ten-gallon hat part of American history.
To that end, the chain has begun a petition to make the ten-gallon hat the “first and only official national hat.”
Oh…and they’re also offering a coupon for half off a Chocolate Molten Lava Cake.
Click here for more information and to print your coupon.
Inland Empire Arby’s locations include San Bernardino, Ontario, Fontana, Redlands, Chino Hills, Upland, Hesperia, Victorville, Apple Valley, Barstow, Riverside, Moreno Valley, Corona, Hemet, Temecula, Murrieta, Palm Desert and Coachella.
The Rancho Cucamonga Carino’s Italian has expanded its bar area and is focusing on cheap eats and drinks.
Johnny’s Italian American Bar is celebrating its grand opening from 4 p.m. to midnight tonight (January 10).
The first 100 guests in line at 4 p.m. will get free pizza for a year.
Other grand opening specials include 25 cent wings and half-price pizzas.
The bar boasts 200 beers at just $2 each.
Johnny’s is at 12240 Foothill Blvd., Rancho Cucamonga.
Baker’s Drive-Thru is no longer celebrating its 60th anniversary, but the Inland Empire-based chain has (so far) been consistent in continuing to dole out deals on Wednesdays.
Today (January 9) only, you can get one original taco free when you buy one and present this coupon from Baker’s Facebook page.
As always, you can either print out the coupon or display it on your mobile device.
The usual caveats apply: One offer per coupon and one coupon per person or per car per day. The offer can’t be combined with other offers or discounts.
Baker’s Drive-Thru locations can be found throughout the Inland Empire.
The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf is hosting its 50th anniversary open house from 2 to 6 p.m. Thursday (January 10).
Customers can purchase a 12-ounce “Heritage Beverage” (chai tea latte, English toffee latte or English toffee Ice Blended drink) for just 50¢.
Ontario’s Royal Cut restaurant is offering a pair of deals via Groupon for the steak and seafood lovers out there.
Both offers represent a 50% savings.
You can choose from getting $40 worth of food for $20 or getting $60 worth of food for $30 (for groups of four or more).
It’s the final Wednesday 60th anniversary deal at Baker’s Drive-Thru, and it’s a bean, rice and cheese burrito (perfect with green sauce) for just 60¢.
But that doesn’t mean it’s the final 60th anniversary deal.
That’s because the Inland Empire-based chain has announced it will have a different deal every day through the end of the year — the top five most popular offers, in fact.
Want to spend Christmas Eve with your family, but don’t want to cook?
Then pack the kids in the car and head to John’s Incredible Pizza, for another incredible holiday buffet deal.
How does $6.99 for an all-you-can-eat buffet and beverage sound?
Slaving over a holiday ham is quickly losing its appeal, huh?