National Fry Day deal
National Fry Day is Wednesday, July 13, and Farmer Boys has a deal.
The Inland Empire-based chain is offering guests an order of its “Always Crispy” French fries for just $1 that day.
The deal is good all day with any purchase at participating locations, while supplies last. The deal cannot be combined with any other discounts, coupons, or advertised specials and is not valid on delivery or mobile ordering.
Cheers to 10 years
Congratulations to the Upland Flame Broiler, which is celebrating its 10th anniversary on Friday, July 8.
On that day, guests can purchase one mini bowl and receive a second one for just 50 cents.
The restaurant is at 110 S. Mountain Ave., Unit A.
BTGO at El Pollo Loco
El Pollo Loco, which has been highlighting its tostada salads in recent advertisements, is giving them away.
Guests who order three tostadas via the chain’s app before Aug. 10 will receive a free one.
The tostadas can be in a combo or a la carte, and the free tostada offer is valid for seven days once it is earned.
The El Pollo Loco app is available for Android and iOS.
Cafe Organix gets tipsy
San Bernardino vegan eatery Cafe Organix, which celebrated its second anniversary last week, has expanded its menu.
The cafe now offers a selection of alcoholic beverages.
The restaurant is located at 420 E. Hospitality Lane, Suite A10.
Hours are 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Sunday and 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday.
Now at Rubio’s
Rubio’s Coastal Grill has introduced a trio of summery entrees for a limited time.
Available now are:
• Baja Caesar Salad: Romaine lettuce, sliced avocado, pickled red onion, cotija cheese and tortilla strips topped with a roasted Poblano Caesar dressing. Served with choice of protein.
• Al Pastor Shrimp Bowl: Marinated and grilled sustainable shrimp, citrus rice, romaine lettuce, black beans, roasted pineapple, guacamole and pickled red onion topped with an al pastor sauce.
• Chipotle Honey Argentinian Shrimp Bowl: Wild caught, grilled red Argentinian shrimp, romaine lettuce, citrus rice and black beans topped with guacamole, a cilantro/onion mix, creamy chipotle sauce, chipotle honey sauce and pickled red onion.
Inland Empire Rubio’s locations include Riverside, Redlands, Ontario, Rancho Cucamonga, Eastvale, Norco, Corona, Temecula, Menifee, Murrieta, Chino Hills, La Verne, Adelanto,
Beer club changes
BJ’s Restaurant and Brewhouse has made a change to its beer club, which launched a little over a year ago.
An email sent to members explains that “a recent change in California law (SB-389) now prohibits all retail establishments from selling beer in nonmanufacturer-sealed containers such as growlers.”
So, as of the beginning of this month, the club’s unlimited $5 growler fills are being replaced with a 25% discount on all six-packs of BJ’s prepackaged beer.
The other beer club perks remain the same: Two exclusive beers (a 750mL bottle and a four-pack of 16-ounce cans); free upgrades to a 20-ounce pour when ordering a 16-ounce beer; a free large deep-dish pizza to-go; and a free appetizer and Pizookie when dining in.
Cost is $30 every two months.
For all the details, visit www.bjsrestaurants.com/beerclub.