Kids Eat Free at Chili’s: April 5

April 5, 2011 by  
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At Chili’s Grill & Bar, up to 2 kids eat free per accompanying adult today April 5, 2011 only. You need the coupon!

Just received note of the new Free Kids Meal at Chili’s Grill & Bar coupon at Chili’s Facebook page. The offer is only valid on Tuesday April 5, to get a free kid’s meal when you buy an adult entree. Even better – you can nab up to TWO children’s meals for each adult entree purchased, and use as many coupons per table as you like – as long as you have enough adults per table to qualify the deal.

The child must be aged 12 and under for the Chili’s Free Kids Meal coupon, and the one-day offer is only valid April 5, at participating locations. Although the coupon is on Chili’s Facebook page, you don’t have to ‘Like’ them or be a member of Facebook to see it.

Reminder that Kids eat free at IHOP all the way through April – see the details at our earlier post.

Thanks to Julie at Kansas City on the Cheap for the Chili’s tip!



Free Chile Tasting

September 8, 2009 by  
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Whether you’re a native or you just rolled into town, you’re no doubt familiar with the deliciousness of New Mexico chile. Well, here’s your chance to taste several varieties of our state delicacy.

On Thursday, September 10 (2009), from 3:00 -6:30pm, the Nob Hill Growers’ Market hosts a chile tasting in honor of New Mexico Native Chile Week! The free samplings will be prepared by local slow foods chef Isaura Andaluz. Can you say “yum”?

Plus, go to the manager’s table to find out how you can score $4 in Market Bucks just by signing up for the Nob Hill Growers’ Market’s e-mail newsletter. Market Bucks spend just like cash at the growers’ market, so that’s like someone handing you a quartet of Washingtons!

The Nob Hill Growers’ Market operates on Thursdays from May through November and is located at Morningside Park, at the corner of Morningside and Lead, Albuquerque.

–Elizabeth Hanes