Dairy Queen is kicking off their holiday season menu lineup by introducing the new Oreo Hot Cocoa Blizzard. The newest Blizzard features Oreo cookie pieces and cocoa fudge blended with vanilla soft serve then topped with whipped topping.DQ has also added the new Western BBQ Bacon Cheeseburger $5 Buck Lunch. The Western BBQ Bacon Cheeseburger $5 Buck Lunch includes a 100 percent pure beef patty topped with BBQ sauce, melted American cheese, applewood smoked bacon and crispy onion rings, served with fries, a 21 oz. beverage and a choice ofDQ’s signature sundae. You can upgrade from the $5 Buck Lunch sundae to a small BlizzardTreat for $1.
Returning to the DQ menu for a limited time only is the Candy Cane Chill Blizzard which consists of peppermint candy pieces and choco chunks hand blended with DQ’s vanilla soft serve.
The latest LTO at Popeyes are new Smokehouse Boneless Wings. For $5 you get six Smokehouse Boneless Wings with Rajun’ Cajun BBQ Ranch dipping sauce, plus a side and a biscuit. New Smokehouse Boneless Wings have a hickory and pecan smoke flavor inspired by Cajun smokehouses. Available for a limited time only at participating Popeyes locations.
All day on Tuesday, October 31st, Sonic is celebrating Halloween by offering up corn dogs for 50 cents. Tax not included. Not good in conjunction with combos or any other offers. Offer valid only on October 31, 2017, at participating SONIC® Drive-In locations while supplies last.
Starting today, Starbucks will be offering the Zombie Frappuccino for a limited time only. The Zombie Frappuccino features green caramel apple, a drizzle of dark mocha, and a pinkish whip. At participating Starbucks locations. While supplies last. A grande 16oz Zombie Frappuccino with whole milk will set you back 290 calories, 5 grams of fat, 54 grams of sugar, and 5 grams of protein.
The Burger King menu has been busy with new items lately and the latest is the Farmhouse King. This latest offering in the “King” line of sandwiches features more than a half pound of flame-grilled beef, thick-cut smoked bacon, American cheese, crispy onions, ketchup, creamy signature sauce and a fried egg on a toasted sesame seed bun.
GrubGrade reader Brian sent over some pics from his Farmhouse King combo ($8.69) purchase today. Take a look:
This Halloween, select Burger King locations will be offering up a free Whopper sandwich if you come dressed as a clown between 7pm-3am. To participate, visit select BK restaurants near Miami, Boston, LA, Austin and Salt Lake City dressed as a clown between 7pm and 3am. Limited to the first 500 guests wearing a clown costume only.
On Tuesday, October 31st, Chipotle is once again promoting Boorito for Halloween. Stop by any Chipotle in costume from 3pm to close and get a burrito, bowl, salad, or order of tacos for $3. Excludes online, mobile, fax and catering orders. Limit one Boorito per person; must be in costume to qualify. Determination of whether a ‘costume’ qualifies for the offer is at the sole discretion of Chipotle restaurant personnel. Applicable taxes to be added to $3 purchase price. Additional restrictions may apply; void where prohibited.Also, get a chance to win a year of FREE burritos by texting BOORITO to 888222 by 10/31.
On the eve of the national release of the Venison Sandwich, I’m here reviewing this boring bird called turkey. I guess I was sold on it being deep fried. There’s a trio of new Deep Fried Turkey Sandwiches now available for a limited time only and I went for the Deep Fried Turkey Club for my review. Arby’s describes their Deep Fried Turkey Club like this:
Turkey deep fried to perfection and nestled between pepper bacon, cheddar, tomato, lettuce, mayo, and other stuff that makes it a club. Available all November long, a time to reflect on the things you’re thankful for, like not having to deep fry a turkey on your own
Thanks to GrubGrade reader Dave for the news that his local Burger King in northeast Ohio has been offering the new Sourdough King since last week. We’ll keep you posted if/when this goes national.
It’s available as a single or double patty – for $4.99 / $5.99 respectively. It’s a basic patty melt burger – tangy sauce (possibly the same as the Big King), two slices of American, onions, and what is likely a Whopper patty.
Looks like they forgot to toast Dave’s bread. Very different from the promo pic above.
We can all agree on the predictability of certain fast food products. When there’s regular chicken nuggets, a spicy version will follow eventually (although still no spicy McNugget option in the States). With Burger King, their nuggets have gone through plenty of tweaked recipes over the years and their latest now has an option with some heat. Introducing new Spicy Chicken Nuggets from Burger King.Burger King describes their new Spicy Chicken Nuggets like this:
Made with white meat, our bite-sized Spicy Chicken Nuggets are tender and juicy on the inside and crispy crunchy on the outside. Coated in a spicy homestyle breading, they are perfect for dipping in any of our delicious dipping sauces.
Let’s be honest, the main selling point of nuggets at Burger King is their on again, off again promotion of 10 nuggets for $1.49. It’s a fast food value that is hard to pass up. To promote new Spicy Chicken Nuggets, the 10 for $1.49 deal is currently active at participating BK locations. … continue reading “Review: Spicy Chicken Nuggets from Burger King”
It’s another hot dog promo at Sonic. On Wednesday, October 18th get the 6-inch All-American or Chili Cheese Coney for $1. Tax not included. Add-Ons cost extra. Limit 5. While supplies last at participating SONIC® Drive-In locations.