On October 31 head to Chipotle, dressed up in a costume inspired by the family farm and receive a burrito, bowl, salad, or order of tacos for $2 as part of Boorito 2011. Although this offer was free last Halloween, $2 is still better than full price. Arrive between 6 pm and close time to be eligible.
Have some fun with your costumes. Think crops, farm tools, tractors, silos, or farm animals. Get the proverbial creative juices flowing and you might have a shot at winning a prize in the Costume Contest.
Caribou Coffee is having Buy One Get One FREE -Thursday September 29. Just print out the coupon or show it on your mobile device and receive a FREE drink, any kind any size, with the purchase of another drink.
So grab a friend and enjoy a cup together. My favorite thing there is the chocolate covered espresso beans. I know it's not coffee, but they are so good.
Who doesn't love free ice cream? I know I do! Cold Stone Creamery is giving away 3oz samples of their new "Sprinkled with Wishes" flavor on Tuesday, September 27 from 5-8pm. Now, 3ozs is not a very big sample, especially not big enough to make a special trip there, but if you happen to be near one that night be sure to stop it.
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Help Graeter’s and The Cure Starts Now fight pediatric brain cancer. Now through September 25, when you donate $5 or more you’ll receive a gift booklet with over $15 of Graeter’s savings including a cone of Elena’s Blueberry Pie Ice Cream.
Don't miss out on Free Cone Day! Enjoy a free single scoop of Elena’s Blueberry Pie Ice Cream on Friday, September 16, from 6-9pm, no purchase necessary. Although you probably want to get there early since I heard last time that a few of their stores ran out!
Or if you miss Free Cone Days you can also print a coupon for a free scoop of Elena’s Blueberry Pie with a $5 purchase.
Looking for more events? Be sure to check out our Calendar section where you can find lots of things to do every day!
For those of you that attended Ultimate Mom's Night Out, I'm sure you remember the DELICIOUS chocolate covered strawberries and krispy treats that The Melting Pot brought for everyone to enjoy. Well, if you are looking for a reason to head there be sure to check out their latest specials.
The Melting Pot has some great new daily specials including Kids Eat Free on Sunday. My personal favorite is Thursday night when 4 people can eat for $76. Be sure to follow The Melting Pot on Facebook to be kept up to date on all their deals and specials. Be sure to sign up for their emails by joining Club Fondue so that you don't miss any deals, plus you will get coupons for your birthday and anniversary.
MONDAY – FRIDAY - Happy Hour & a Half
From 5:00-6:30 p.m., in our bar area, enjoy half price cheese & chocolate fondue, $5 select cocktails, martinis & glasses of wine, plus $2 select beers.
MONDAY – Budget Stimulus Night
Enjoy our new Four-Course Classic for $50 per couple.
TUESDAY – Military Appreciation Night
We salute our service men and women with 30% off all food with proof of military service.
WEDNESDAY - Service Industry Night
Kick back and relax on your night off with a Fondue Feast for $30 per person.
THURSDAY – Double Date Night
One couple eats free – Enjoy our new Four-Course Classic for $76 per foursome.
(Not valid during Girls’ Night Out, the last Thursday of every month)
Parties of five or more can dip into our popular Fondue Feast for $30 per person. Plus enjoy 15% off any bottle of wine ($100 or less).
SATURDAY & SUNDAY – Lunch Special
A special three-course lunch option for just $25.The special includes your choice of salad, a featured light brunch entrée and a chocolate fondue.
EVERY SUNDAY – Kids Dip Free
Every Sunday, kids eat free fondue at The Melting Pot of Dayton. For every adult-sized individual entrée ordered, you'll receive a child's entrée, including steak, chicken, shrimp and ravioli. So bring the kids out for some family friendly fondue fun.
Noodles & Co is giving away thousands of FREE Summertime Salads across the country. Be one of the first 50 people to arrive Thursday, July 7 at 10:30am and receive a Ten degree Salad Tee. This t-shirt is good for 10 free salads (inlcuding one for you). You then pay-it-forward by giving the shirt to a friend for their free salad, and they give it to a friend. You can track the life cycle of the shirt at Noodles.com and share your stories.
I used my shirt to get the Backyard Barbeque Chicken Salad and it was DELICIOUS! Did you get a shirt? What salad did you try and who did you give your shirt to?
I don't know about you but sometimes I feel like with my 2 year old that I stall out on breakfast, lunch and even snack options. I mean honestly, how long is it going to be before he gets tired of cereal bars for breakfast, chicken nuggets for lunch and goldfish crackers for snacktime? When Tricia from Once A Month Mom announced she was working on a toddler ecookbook I was really excited to get some new toddler meal inspiration! So let me introduce you all to: Survive Before 5: Toddler Meals For Your Busy Days. This ecookbook is a step-by-step resource for cooking meals for kids before dinner. We all know that meal times can be a challenge and hopefully this month full of meal plans can help keep the kids happy, and more importantly, mom happy.
The plan includes breakfasts, lunches and snacks. Like all Once A Month Mom menus it contains grocery lists, instructions, recipe cards and labels. There are options for 1 child, 2 children, 4 children, or 6 children. If you have a child that eats more than the indicated toddler portions you can simply count them as an additional child when cooking. Since I have a 2 year old and a 6 year old I just make enough for 4 children so we have enough for both and a little leftover. Here are the recipes that are contained in the one month plan ecookbook:
toddler french toast sticks
fruity breakfast burritos
homemade spaghetti o’s**
individual mac & cheese cups
homemade cheesy rice
apple chicken nuggets
frozen fruit cups
peanut butter banana yogurt pops**
peanut butter granola bars**
**Indicates NEW Once a Month Mom recipes not found on the website – 5 new recipes in total!
Here are some additional features:
-A choice of preparing for 1 child, 2 children, 4 children or 6 children.
-Grocery lists for 1 child, 2 children, 4 children or 6 children.
-Customized labels for each of your prepared items.
-Recipe cards containing photographs and some step-by-step photos as well.
We've already have made the individual pizzas and corndog muffins. I was so excited when I found out that both boys loved the corndog muffins! Little B loved them because it was cornbread (and what kid doesn't love sweet cornbread?!) and hot dogs. When I added a little ketchup and he was in toddler meal-time heaven. So if you need some meal inspiration for your toddler, and even young school age kids, be sure to check out Survive Before 5: Toddler Meals For Your Busy Days. The price of this eCookbook is $7.99. You receive all of the resources above in an easy to view (or print) format.
Buy it now! HERE (don’t forget to use the coupon code OAMM599 to get a $2 discount through July 1st, 2011).
CLOSED: This giveaway is now closed. Congrats to our winners Su and Erin.
YOU CAN VIEW OUR LIST OF GIVEAWAY WINNERS HERE.
Have you been to Fazoli's lately and checked out their new menu? They just expanded their menu and Dayton was one of the first places to get the new menu. Their kids menu now has more options including; pepperoni breadsicks, pizza bowties, pasta and butter sauce and a few other items. For a more "grown-up" palette there are four new 400 calorie options- chicken mushroom alfredo, penne tuscano, pasta margherita, and three cheese baked ravioli. There are several other changes to the menu inluding the addition of coffee and various breadsticks and dippers.
I was flying solo with the boys last Tuesday so we decided to head to Fazoli's for Kid's Night. C had kid's pizza and B happily scarfed down all of his pizza bowtie dinner. They are getting fun little trays for their kids meals, but when we went they didn't have them yet. Every Tuesday starting at 5pm it's Kid's Night and kid's entrees are $1.49 with an adult entree purchase (kids' meals are typically $3.49). On Kid's Night there is usually an employee leading craft projects with the kids, C had fun coloring and making crafts while we waited for our food. Which was nice because it get me a little time to hang with just B, as he banged spoons on the table singing to himself. My boys ate all their dinner, we were all full when we left and I got a little break from cooking. And really when it comes to Fazoli's what kid doesn't love their all you can eat breadsticks?! (Looking for more kid's meal deals? Be sure to check out our list of Kids Eat Free/ Cheap list)
Now, just for my lovely readers we are giving away 2 (two) $25 gift cards so you can enjoy dinner there too.
Main entry: Tell us what you like about Fazoli's or what you would like to try if you haven't been yet. (Be sure to leave your comment on this post so that it gets counted)
Want more chances to win one of those $25 gift cards? Well, here are some more ways you can enter, just be sure to leave a additional comment for each additional entry requirement that you fulfill. Just think, the more effort that you put in the more chances you have of winning.
- Follow Deals For Dayton on Facebook, if you already do- tell us in your comment.
- Subscribe to our weekly email newsletter, if you already do- tell us in your comment.
This contest ends Tuesday, May 10, at midnight EST. We will use Random.org to pick our winner.
Disclosure: Fazoli's provided me with a $25 gift card so we could try out their new menu. But this post and opinions are my own and not paid for or influenced by the item provided.
If you got a Starbucks Gift Card for Christmas be sure to register your card with My Starbucks Rewards! Earn stars each time you use your card and receive rewards. PLUS all registered Starbucks Card holders get a handcrafted birthday beverage of their choice. To make it even better paying with your registered Starbucks Card gets you a brewed or iced coffee or tea refill at no charge during your visit to a participating store.
I ran into one of my friends at The Greene a several months ago and we started talking deals at the Greene. There are several restaurants there and many of them have great deals on food, you just have to be there at the right time on the right days. So, thanks to Brooke Gillen… here they are! Let us know if you know of any others. Deals are subject to change at any time so be sure to call ahead.
Fleming's Steakhouse and Wine Bar has an exceptional menu and amazing atmosphere. Now for many of us it's a bit pricey to eat dinner there, but did you know that they have a special "5-6-7" bar menu. Their "5 For $6 'Til 7" bar menu features 5 appetizers, 5 wines by the glass, 5 cocktails and their Flemings Prime Burger. Each item is $6 and served nightly until 7pm.
BRIO brings the flavors of the Tuscan country to the Greene. You can enjoy their $2.95 Tuscan Taster Bar Menu on Monday through Friday from 3-7pm and 9pm-Close.
Bar Louie is a casual restaurant that serves specializes in over-sized sandwiches and artfully concocted signature cocktails,. Join them on Tuesday after 5pm and enjoy $1 burgers!
Choe's Asian Gourmet invites you to enjoy very best in Far East flavors that includes Thai, Chinese and Japanese. Monday- Friday from 3-6pm you can enjoy buy one get one 1/2 off of select rolls and specialty drinks.
McCormick & Schmick's Seafood has a menu with over 30 varieties of seafood available. Be sure to visit them every weeknight from 3-6pm and you can enjoy their Happy Hour Menu with bar food starting at $1.95 and daily drink specials. Tuesdays they feature $1.00 Chef’s Oysters. (Bar area only)
Mimi’s Cafe sister restaurant of Bob Evans has new Wednesday Wine specials and happy hour every weekday. Happy hour is $2 off Starters from 4-7pm and 9pm to close every Monday thru Friday. The wine special is half price on all bottles of wine all day every Wednesday.
Wine Loft has a few weekly specials. Head there on Mon-Fri from 4-7pm for their deals including $3.95 Appetizers (bar only), $4 Wine Selections, $5 Martinis, $4 Well Drinks, $2 Domestic / $3 Premium Beer.
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