The season where seafood takes over fast food menus has started and White Castle is once again featuring a nice variety. For a limited time only White Castle is offering Shrimp Nibblers, Fish Nibblers, and Fish Sliders. Clam Strips will be available at participating locations.
The Big King has been beefed up at Burger King and now features a quarter pound of beef. In my review of the previous incarnation of the Big King I mentioned how $3.69 was too pricey for a burger dominated by so much bread. Beefier burger patties should help the Big King live up to its name and the price remains the same. The Big King will also remain a part of the two for $5 offer, which includes the new Spicy Original Chicken Sandwich, Original Chicken Sandwich and the Alaskan Fish Sandwich.
Some of us may follow the “even when it’s bad, it’s still pretty good” thought when approaching pizza. I’ve had some bad pizza in my day, but it’s few and far between. For most of my pizza experiences, I’ve come away satisfied since I consider pizza to be one of my favorite foods. When it comes to Subway, I’d probably lean more towards the hater side and yes a part of that is having plenty of other better quick sandwich options nearby. My options when it comes to pizza might be right on par with my sandwich situation yet the new Flatizzas from Subway were still enough of a draw to get me to buy.A Flatizza is simply a square 6″ (roughly) flatbread pizza that you can customize to your liking. It’s a pretty dumb name for a product and I felt slightly uncomfortable just having to say the ridiculous word when placing my order. The Flatizzas are priced in the $3.00-$3.50 range and there’s a 2 for $5.00 promo going on so I grabbed a couple for this review. I went with the most simple of options and picked a pepperoni and a plain cheese Flatizza.
Besides the whole “Eat Fresh” thing, Subway’s big draw is quick, cheap and customizable. The Flatizza works on all three levels as I paid $5.30 after tax for a couple of flatbread pizzas that took only a few minutes to get me in and out of my neighborhood Subway. The square flatbreads are expectedly pre-done and the process was as simple as anything you’d quickly be able to whip up at home. Flatbread down, some pizza sauce, toppings, cheese. Sixty seconds in the oven and we’re done. Each Flatizza gets a handy little pizza box, nice touch Subway. … continue reading “Review: Flatizza from Subway”
Monday, February 17th is Presidents’ Day and it’s a good excuse for Sonic to offer up $1 hot dogs all day.
Celebrate Presidents’ Day at SONIC by sinking your teeth into America’s favorite dog for just $1! Enjoy the POTUS approved All-American Dog or Chili Cheese Coney for just a buck this Presidents’ Day.
Thanks for participating in our Del Taco gift card giveaway. The winners:
- “Nasty” Nate Biller – comment #1
- Mister H – comment #24
- Ryan – comment #35
Contact me (grubgrade at gmail dot com) with your info and I’ll send your prize on its way.
Krispy Kreme is celebrating the time leading up to Valentine’s Day with some seasonal doughnuts.
This Valentine’s Day, be sweet to someone special with a box full of hugs and kisses, and heart-shaped deliciousness. Krispy Kreme® Sprinkled Heart, Valentine Sprinkles, Chocolate Iced Heart, and new Hugs and Kisses doughnuts are available until February 14th at participating Krispy Kreme® US and Canadian locations.
Back by popular demand, starting today, Del Taco will offer its crispy shrimp in either a taco or burrito for a limited time. Both Del Taco’s Crispy Shrimp Taco and Burrito feature crispy shrimp, cabbage, pico de gallo salsa and Del Taco’s secret sauce. The burrito adds lime rice and the tacos are served with a lime wedge. For a limited time, two Crispy Shrimp Tacos are priced at $4 and two Beer Battered Fish Tacos are priced at $3.50. I’ve got some Del Taco gift cards to unload so leave a comment if you want one and I’ll draw some names this weekend.
February is “3 of a Kind” month at Popeyes and that means you get either three whole wings, three tenders or a leg, wing and thigh for $3.99.
The Flatizza from Subway might be the worst name for a food product since Burger King came out with Satisfries. The Flatizza is a new square flatbread pizza option that is hitting Subway locations nationwide now after being in select markets in 2013. GrubGrade reader @richrichmond tipped me with some pics. Priced at 2 for $5.75 at his Cincinnati, Ohio location.
Pictured below are the four options of Flatizzas from the Subway website. There’s Cheese, Pepperoni, Spicy Italian, and Veggie. This is Subway so you’ll be able to top your Flatizza to your liking.
The Nosh Show episode 22 is now available. In episode 22 we welcome back Cybele from CandyBlog.net to talk about the Valentines candy season. Our Nosh or Not segment includes such products as the Taco Bell Quesarito, the Burger King Chicken & Waffle Sandwich, and Cereal Milk.
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The Flavor of the Month for February at Baskin-Robbins is Love Potion #31 Dark:
Our Love Potion #31 meets its match with this perfect pairing of chocolate and raspberry flavored-ice creams, together with white chocolate-flavored bits, raspberry-filled hearts and a raspberry-flavored ribbon.
The Fritos Chicken Enchilada Melt from Subway has arrived. First spotted in test markets last summer, the Fritos Chicken Enchilada Melt is now enjoying a wide release.
There’s never been another sub like it! Crunch into a pile of Fritos placed right on top of tender pulled chicken and authentic enchilada sauce for a new satisfyingly delicious bite of flavor you can’t find anywhere else!
The featured values at Subway for February:
- The $3 Six-Inch Select is Oven Roasted Chicken: The Oven Roasted Chicken you love is piled high atop freshly baked bread with your favorite toppings from spicy jalapenos to crisp green peppers.
- The $5 Featured Footlong is Meatball Marinara: A SUBWAY® Restaurants favorite. Enjoy Italian style meatballs drenched in irresistible marinara sauce, served on freshly baked bread.