Dining on a Dime: Irvine Real Estate : Irvine Homes and Condos for Sale

by Robert Mack on January 28, 2011

in Latest News

Cooking at home is the best way to save cash, but it’s nice to go out sometimes, too. Check out Frugal Foodie every Friday for a selection of the latest coupons for casual and fancy fare.

This week: free cupcakes, appetizers, lobster potstickers and pizza-and-movie combos, among other deals.

1. Roy’s Restaurant

Send a free Valentine’s e-card and the recipient will get a coupon good for free lobster potstickers, chocolate soufflé or a $50 discount. (The chance of actually getting the $50 discount is 1 in 100, but on the bright side, you can send a card to yourself.) Participating locations only. Good from Feb. 15 through April 22.

2. Sophie’s Uptown

The Buckhead, Ga., restaurant is offering a free cupcake through Jan. 31 to visitors who mention the code word “11alive.”

3. O’Charley’s

Facebook fans of the chain can get a free appetizer with any entrée purchase. Participating locations only. Expires Feb. 16.

4. North Shore Restaurant Month

From Feb. 1 through 28, participating restaurants in Chicago’s North Shore are offering promotions including a free dessert or appetizer with any entrée purchase and 10% to 20% off the entire bill.

5. Pizza Hut

Get a code for a free movie ticket with a $25 PizzaHut.com delivery order. Must pay via MasterCard. Participating locations only. Good through Feb. 11.

6. Riccio’s Pizza Villa

The Charlotte, N.C., restaurant offers print out coupons for specials like buy-one, get-one-50%-off entrees and two 12” pizzas for $16. Good through March 28.

7. Fazoli’s

EatDrinkDeals.com spotted a coupon good for $5 off a family meal purchase. Participating locations only. Good through Jan. 31.

8. Kinha Sushi

Save 15% with a print out coupon at the Garden City, N.Y., restaurant. Good through Jan. 31.

9. Nathan’s

Get a hot dog for $0.99 or Buy-one, get-one-free cheeseburgers when you use print out coupons. Participating locations only. Expires Jan. 31.

10. Ecco

The Costa Mesa, Calif., restaurant recently launched a two-course lunch for $15, which The Orange County Register says is a discount of about 40%.

Frugal Foodie is a journalist based in New York City who spends her days writing about personal finance and obsessing about what she’ll have for dinner. Chat with her on Twitter through @MintFoodie.

Costa Mesa, Orange County made the list! Check out Ecco for some great savings on the run….

Posted on Irvine Orange County Real Estate Market News

Leave A Reply With Facebook

comments

Powered by Facebook Comments

Irvine Home Search Irvine Home Values

Post by Robert Mack

Robert has written 727 articles.

{ 0 comments… add one now }

Leave a Comment

Previous post:

Next post: