The small chain is celebrating with free food tastings and two-for-one specials.
On this day (June 13) in 1913, Dave Barham was born.
And who is Dave Barham, you might ask?
In 1946, he started Hot Dog on a Stick near the Santa Monica Pier.
From 4 to 8 p.m. today, the company is celebrating what would have been Dave’s 100th birthday with $1 hot dogs (and veggie dogs) on a stick today. (One per customer, please!)
OK, so it’s not going to be scorching in the Inland Empire this Memorial Day weekend, but 7-Eleven stores are still going to offer you a cheap way to cool down.
The ubiquitous convenience store chain will be selling medium Slurpees for just 49¢ today (May 24) through Monday (May 27) at participating locations.
Just try not to get brain freeze.
Today (April 22) is Earth Day, and both Loving Hut and Feisty Chicken & Grill have deals lined up in celebration.
Vegan restaurant Loving Hut is offering 10% off when you present this coupon any day through Saturday (April 27). You have the option to display the coupon on your mobile device or print it in color or black and white.
For details, click here.
In a trend that seems have shrunk a little this year (kinda like our take-home pay), restaurants are easing the burden on weary taxpayers by offering deals tomorrow (April 15), which happens to be Tax Day.
Head over the jump to see what’s available here in the Inland Empire.
Sunday (March 24) is National Corn Dog Day, and Wienerschnitzel is celebrating by giving away corn dogs!
The catch is you gotta buy one to get one, but it’s still free, right?
In addition, the chain is in the midst of its ‘Cash in on a Corn Dog’ contest, so that corn dog could be worth as much as $10,000.
Wienerschnitzel has locations throughout the Inland Empire.
25¢ won’t even buy you a cup of coffee any more…except at Burger King this week.
Through Sunday (March 10), the fast food chain is promoting its revamped coffee lineup — which now includes lattes — by selling a 12-ounce cup of its new BK Smooth Roast coffee for just a quarter.
The new brew is a Seattle’s Best Coffee 100 percent Latin American arabica blend and is also available in decaf, or iced plain or with flavored with vanilla, mocha or caramel.
Burger King locations can be found throughout the Inland Empire, with the exception of South Mount Vernon Avenue in Colton and West Base Line in San Bernardino, both of which are now closed.