Here are some additional details for how to take advantage of the BOGO free cheeseburger offer at Wendy’s. It’s available now but is part of the festivities surrounding National Cheeseburger Day this Saturday.
The offer includes the premium Big Bacon Cheddar Cheeseburger, a quarter-pound of fresh, never-frozen beef, covered in creamy cheddar cheese and bacon jam, topped with Applewood smoked bacon, crispy onions, and a slice of American cheese.
You can also buy one of Dave’s singles, also a quarter-pound of beef with American cheese, lettuce, tomato, pickle, ketchup, mayo, and onion.
Just use the app, go to offers, and grab the BOGO burger. The deal is good through this Saturday, September 19th.
Using the Taco Bell app, customers can purchase a $5 Taco Lover’s Pass. For the next 30 days, you can then get one Crunchy Taco, Crunchy Taco Supreme, Soft Taco, Soft Taco Supreme, Doritos Locos Tacos, Doritos Locos Tacos Supreme or Spicy Potato Soft Taco.
You have to use the app and the Taco Lover’s Pass is for in-store pick up only. For now, the subscription is good only at stores in Tucson, Arizona.
Food subscription services are becoming more popular. According to trade publication QSR, Panera’s $8.95 a month picked up 100,000 sign ups during its first month. My Panera+Coffee gets you unlimited iced and hot coffee and hot tea, any size or flavor, redeemable every two hours.
Described as “a deconstructed twist on a scrumptious fall favorite,” Inside Out Apple Pie is Baskin-Robbins’ new flavor of the month. It blends together vanilla flavored ice cream with apple ice cream that’s filled with apple pieces and pie crust pieces and finished with a ribbon of cinnamon brown sugar.
According to reports, Inside Out Apple Pie ice cream tastes a lot like apple pie a la mode.
You can get Inside Out Apple Pie in a fresh-baked waffle bowl or in a milkshake. It’s available starting tomorrow, September 13th.
There’s a Baskin-Robbins in Myrtle Beach at 4282 River Oaks Drive and one in Little River at 1593 Highway 90 E.
We don’t go to Chili’s every week but we do end up there several times a year. The item in CheapEatsMyrtleBeach about their 3 for $10 deal provided the motivation to return.
It was Saturday night around 8 and the wait time was half an hour. We signed in and waited for the call. It never came. We did eventually get seated and placed our order: two iced tea, chips and salsa, garden salad, and two of the Margarita Chicken.
Service was fast but the food was not hot. We started to eat anyway.
At a table to our left, a couple was having some sort of trouble. She had left the building but it seems the man had stayed behind. He couldn’t find something. He was talking to the waitresses and looking under the table but couldn’t find it. There was much talk.
The Margarita Chicken is three nice size pieces of grilled chicken breast tastefully arranged on a bed of black beans, Mexican rice, tortilla strips and pico. We’ll spare you a review of the meal because the whole situation that was unfolding around us would make a fair assessment impossible.
We were well into our meal when we noticed that the family behind us had walked out. After a while, a waitress came over. She stopped at a distance from the abandoned table and stared. Putting her hand to her mouth she said, “Oh, no!” Another minute passed. “Oh, no,” she said again. The table and floor was strewn with food, trash and . . . vomit. It looked like a dumpster explosion on a very hot summer day.
It seemed like everyone on staff wanted to see. Waitresses came and went like police at the scene of a crime.
Finally, a man with a mop arrived. When he saw us looking at the carnage, he asked snottily, “Are you looking for something?” We said no. It was definitely time to go.
But not so fast. As we prepared to leave, we glanced at the bill. We had been overcharged by $8.00. The overcharge was easily resolved and we paid but the constant chaos did ruin a nice night out.
A final note. Running a restaurant is clearly not an easy job. Many are understaffed and the employees overworked and underpaid. Things can and often do go wrong, sometimes awfully wrong. This was one of those times.
We could have forgiven just about all of that with one exception: the snotty guy with the mop. I know that it’s no fun to clean up a stranger’s vomit. It wasn’t the mop guys fault. But our time out was ruined, too. And the vomit wasn’t our fault either.
When was the last time you had a really nice, sit-down breakfast? When was the last time you went to Bob Evans?
Sorry for so many questions. It’s just that Bob Evans has introduced a new Southwest Avocado Omelet.
It’s a fluffy, three-egg omelet that comes with Bob Evans sausage, fire-roasted corn & black beans and cheddar cheese. Then there’s a fresh avocado, diced tomatoes, green onions and homemade cilantro lime cream sauce topping. All this comes with hash browns or home fries and a choice of freshly baked bread. Doesn’t that sound nice?
By the way, Bob Evans has also introduced a new Southwest Avocado Chicken dinner. You get two chicken breasts topped with fresh avocado, diced tomatoes, crispy tortilla strips, fire-roasted corn and black beans and homemade cilantro lime cream sauce. It’s served with your choice of two Farmhouse Sides and freshly baked dinner rolls.
The breakfast is $10.29; the dinner $11.99.
There are two Bob Evans restaurants in Myrtle Beach: 3384 Waccamaw Boulevard and 175 Brookton Circle.
Wendy’s Boo! Books are back and a great deal at just $1. Each Boo! Book includes five coupons for free Jr. Frosty treats plus one bonus app-exclusive offer for a free any size fires with any purchase.
Boo! Books support Wendy’s commitment to finding forever families for children waiting in foster care by partnering with the Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption (DTFA).
The DTFA supports the hiring of adoption recruiters who work with smaller caseloads of children in foster care, ensuring they have enough time and resources to find the right home for every child. The recruiters use a child-focused recruitment model proven to be up to 3x more effective at serving children in foster care who are often overlooked.
Wendy’s Boo! Books are available for purchase now through October 31, 2021, at participating Wendy’s locations. Jr. Frosty coupons may be redeemed until December 31, 2021.
There are Wendy’s in Myrtle Beach at 2991 Joe White Avenue, 3201 North Kings Highway, 2353 Dick Pond Road and 10840 Kings Road.There’s also a Wendy’s in Murrells Inlet on Tadlock Drive and on Highway 90 in Longs.
Panda Express has introduced a new Family Meal with an impressive number of choices. For your $29.00, you get to select from two large sides and three large entrees.
Sides include Chow Mein, Fried Rice, Steamed Rice, Super Greens or Steamed Brown Rice.
You can choose from 12 entrees, including Crispy Almond Chicken Breast, the Original Orange Chicken, Grilled Teriyaki Chicken, Broccoli Beef, Kung Pao Chicken, Honey Sesame Chicken Breast, Beijing Chicken and four more.
There are two other entrees available for an additional $3.75 charge each.
Panda Express is located at 112 Loyola Drive, Myrtle Beach and 1598 Highway 17 North in North Myrtle Beach
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