Want to visit the Los Angeles County Fair and get a ride wristband for just $25?
Simply head to any participating Subway restaurant.
You gotta be willing to play hooky on Thursdays, because that’s the only day the offer is good.
Still, it’s a tremendous deal, considering the wristband alone is normally $50 by itself.
Click here for a list of participating locations, which includes most Inland Empire restaurants.
One peek at the calendar and one can see that the autumnal equinox is still a couple of weeks away, but that hasn’t stopped The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf from rolling out its fall beverages.
This year’s fall flavors are Pumpkin, Pumpkin Chai and the new Salted Butterscotch (or butterscoth, whatever).
The flavors are available in lattes and Ice Blended drinks.
The chain is hosting a fall open house from 2 to 6 p.m. tomorrow (September 10) with small (12-ounce) fall beverages for just $2 at participating locations.
The new McDonald’s at Victoria Gardens in Rancho Cucamonga will celebrate its grand opening from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. today (August 27).
The event will feature free small iced or hot coffee and snack-size Oreo McFlurrys from 4 to 7 p.m. There will also be a $1 Egg McMuffin vs. $1 Big Mac challenge, with proceeds supporting the Loma Linda Ronald McDonald House.
National Cheesecake Day is officially Thursday (July 30), but The Cheesecake Factory’s celebration is so big, it stretches over two days!
Today (July 29) and Thursday, dine-in guests can get any slice of cheesecake for half price.
In addition, the chain is hosting a “Say Cheesecake” contest, with a top prize of $1,000 cash.
Inland Empire locations include Rancho Cucamonga, Riverside and Rancho Mirage.
For more information, click here.
Who doesn’t love lasagna? It’s got everything: Pasta, cheese, meat, sauce, all conveniently arranged in delicious layers.
It’s really a meal in itself.
Tuesday (July 28) is National Lasagna Day and in celebration of that fact, the fine folks at Brio Tuscan Grille — whose Rancho Cucamonga location is one of just two in California — is offering full orders of their delicious lasagna for half price.
All day, while supplies last.
Wienerschnitzel is celebrating its 54th anniversary — Der fun since ’61, right? — tomorrow (July 19), but its the chain’s fans who are getting the presents.
You see, guests can get an original chili, kraut or mustard dog for just 99¢ at participating locations on that day.
While you’re there, you might as well pick up an old-fashioned sundae — the Tastee Freez deal of the day — for just $1.99.
Wienerschnitzel locations can be found throughout the Inland Empire.
Wednesday evening was the big preview for Claremont Restaurant Week, and if the samples served during the kickoff is any indication, this is going to be one great culinary adventure!
Nearly two dozen restaurants have great prix fixe menus lined up for the third iteration of the event, which starts tomorrow (July 10) and runs through July 19.
Even restaurants beyond Claremont — including Pappas Artisanal in La Verne and Upland’s Pine Haven Cafe and Nuno’s Bistro & Bar — are getting involved.
Head over the jump for a list of participating restaurants.
The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf is hosting another of its occasional open houses today (May 21) from 2 to 6 p.m.
At participating locations, guests can get a small Ice Blended drink for just $2.
The coffeehouse is using the event to promote customizing Ice Blended drinks with the addition of extra coffee, cookies or chocolate covered espresso beans. The chain is also offering its version of an affogato, with an espresso shot poured over an Ice Blended drink…yum!
Inland Empire Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf locations can be found in Rancho Cucamonga, Claremont, Redlands, Fontana, Chino Hills, Riverside, Palm Springs, Palm Desert, La Quinta, Indio, Lake Elsinore, and Temecula.
Soup tureen. Fish bowl. Ming vase. Hard hat.
If it can hold a Slurpee, you can fill it up for just $1.49 between 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. today (April 11).
It’s all part of 7-Eleven’s Bring Your Own Cup Day.
Be still my pre-myocardial infarction heart…fried pies have returned to Southern California McDonald’s locations!
The ubiquitous burger chain swapped out its fried pies for a more health-conscious baked version back in 1992 (although I remember getting one at the downtown Riverside location years after that, and apparently, they’ve continually been available at the Lakewood Boulevard location in Downey), but now they’re back.
And will be through the end of the year.
The chain is currently offering apple and cherry fried pies.