Everything is bigger in Texas, or so the adage goes, and at Apple Texas, that principle is being applied to the range of accepted coupons at 65 Lone Star State Applebee’s. That’s right: this month only, Applebee’s is yet again accepting any and all coupons, gift certificates, and gifts cards—expired or otherwise—for up to 50 percent off food purchases.
Applebee's Neighborhood Grill + Bar newest Neighborhood Drink, the DOLLARMAMA, is made with white rum and Applebee's new, proprietary mix of pineapple, lime and orange juices with hints of coconut and cherry.
Jack’s Coal Fired Pizza, a recently opened hot spot in Burlington, Massachusetts, serving up gourmet hand-tossed pizzas, pastas and wings straight from its dueling coal- and wood-fired ovens, is now offering a late-night “Midnight Munchies” special on pizzas and appetizers.
IHOP Restaurants announced the date for its 13th annual IHOP National Pancake Day event, the centerpiece of the all-day breakfast leader's 60 Days of Giving campaign. As the brand's signature philanthropic event, IHOP National Pancake Day and all related activities directly benefit charities dedicated to finding cures and eradicating life-threatening diseases that affect children and families, including Children's Miracle Network Hospitals, The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, and Shriners Hospitals for Children.
Editor’s note: This is the latest monthly column with Rom Krupp, the founder and CEO of Marketing Vitals, an analytics software helping restaurants of all shapes and sizes. You can read his column on Twin Peaks here, Abuelo's here, Sonny’s BBQ here, and Hopdoddy Burger Bar here.
Bob Evans Restaurants is giving soup fanatics a great value this frigid winter to commemorate National Soup Month: unlimited soup through the month of February with the purchase of a Bob Evans Endless Soup Pass for just $15.
While the politicians sort out the impact of a U.S. government shutdown, Hooters is reaching across the table to strike a deal with Americans that any party can get behind. The Hooters Shutdown Deal grants a free order of fried pickles to any guest at the start of the work week, through Wednesday.
Red Lobster, the world’s largest seafood restaurant company, is celebrating its 50th Anniversary—and thanking loyal guests by offering them the chance to win Red Lobster for a year. Today through February 8, loyal fans can submit a picture of their favorite Red Lobster memory on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, using #RLGoldenSweepstakes for the chance to win one of 50 limited-edition “gold” cards.
Beginning January 16, guests can experience all-you-can-play activities—bowling, billiards, gravity ropes, laser tag and —for just $7 per person/per activity. Activities vary by location.“We are dedicated to making Main Event the go-to destination for families and friends looking to maximize their fun together,” says Brendan Mauri, senior director of marketing.
Cupitol Coffee + Eatery, the all-day lounge located in Streeterville and Evanston, Illinois, will offer a free mini croissant with every coffee purchase on January 30 in honor of National Croissant Day.
Since its inception in May 2017, “Denny’s on Demand” the first-of-its-kind online and mobile ordering platform—has been delivering guests the convenience they crave along with the diner classics they love, whenever and wherever they want it—to the tune of over 800,000 orders to date.
Editor’s note: This is the latest monthly column with Rom Krupp, the founder and CEO of Marketing Vitals, an analytics software helping restaurants of all shapes and sizes. You can read his column on Twin Peaks here, Abuelo's here, and Hopdoddy Burger Bar here.
The Cheesecake Factory is spreading extra holiday cheer to last-minute online shoppers with double the rewards on Thursday. For every $25 in eGift Cards purchased online at thecheesecakefactory.com, guests will receive two eSlice of Joy Cards—that’s double the reward that The Cheesecake Factory is offering during the remainder of the holiday season.