If you are planning on heading in to S’Mac on 12th between 1st and 2nd or 33rd between Lex and 3rd, make sure you are following them on Twitter. Simply show your cashier your phone to prove that you are following them, and you’ll save 15% on your order. This promotion is going on through March.
I turned 29 on Monday, and it was a nice surprise to see in my inbox a coupon for a free small yogurt with toppings at Pinkberry in honor of my birthday. Best of all, I have 30 days to redeem the coupon. If you haven’t already, sign up for the Pinkcard from Pinkberry by downloading the app for iPhone or Android and you’ll enjoy other perks, including a free small yogurt with toppings after every 10th purchase.
Years ago, I went to the Taste of 7th Street festival. It was an eating event where you got a ticket and got to sample food from a few different restaurants along 7th Street, like Luke’s Lobster.
Well, good news. The festival is back this weekend. Tickets are $25 and you can go Saturday or Sunday. If you don’t live in the ‘hood, I recommend hitting them all in one day, and bringing some tupperware in your purse so you can bring home leftovers.
The flyer is below, and you can find more information on participating restaurants and how to buy tickets here.
Here’s a secret I’ll let you in on – I’ve been cooking a lot more ever since my boyfriend and I moved in 6 months ago. Since then, I’ve learned to roast a chicken, have managed to make my own pesto and surprised myself by asking for a cast iron skillet for Christmas.
A few short years ago, my cooking was pretty much limited to fajitas and smartones. When I was invited to try Seven Spoons frozen meals that are available here in the city at Fairway, I thought some of you who are mastering the basics in the kitchen – or who are more experienced and looking for a delicious meal – might be interested in hearing my thoughts!
Seven Spoons is an all-natural, gluten-free, frozen skillet meal line that offers three delicious flavors - Thai Green Vegetable Curry, Chicken Biryani and Quinoa Vegetable Biryani. Each bag contains servings for two and is very simple to make. You’ll heat the rice in the microwave for a few minutes, and then cook the rest on the stove for 15 minutes. And by cook, I mean you just let it melt over the heat – it’s really really easy. For some of the items with a yogurt sauce, all you need is plain yogurt to mix in and create the sauce.
While these are a little heavy on the rice to chicken ratio, the flavors are pretty good. Let’s just put it this way – I got my boyfriend to eat tofu that was in the green curry dish because it was simply that delicious. The chicken biryani had a bit of a kick to it (which I loved) and tasted really good.
The price for these meals are $10.49, and you figure that since we were each able to make a meal out of it, that’s around $5 each - cheaper than any Indian food I could pick up at lunch. If you are trying to cook more for 2014, or want something in your freezer to have when you need a last minute meal idea, consider Seven Spoons!
Last time I went to Wendy’s, I ordered a chocolate frosty. Here’s how you can get a Free Frosty Jr. with a purchase ALL SUMMER LONG.
If you stop by Wendy’s anytime through mid-April you will be able to purchase a Frosty Key Tag for $1, which will get you this deal. Note this is valid at participating locations only, so you may want to call the location near you and see if they participate. Thanks to our friend Lisa for the tip!
According to reader Ludmila, Hot Clay Oven on 44th and 3rd is giving out free breakfast until 10am today and Friday. You’ll be able to make your own wrap and pick a drink- tea, coffee, chai, pumpkin or hazelnut latte.
Visit the 30 Rockefeller Plaza Concourse today (Feb 26) from 11am-4pm for delicious samples of hot chocolate from Bouchon Bakery, Bill’s Bar & Burger, and ‘wichcraft .
Thanks to our friends at NYC Daily Deals for tipping us off to this deal. Head to Schnipper’s new Midtown location at 570 Lexington Avenue (at 50th Street) and enjoy $2 burgers and sandwiches from 11:30 – 9. The line will probably be long, so we advise getting there early.
After 4pm though, you’ll get $2 PBRs.
TableHoppingNY has a deal this week for free savory pies like chicken pot pie, mac n cheese pie and more, at Tuck Shop on 1st and 1st. Here’s how to get your freebie!
- First, click here
- Enter your name and email to receive your mobile coupon
- Head over to Tuck Shop with your mobile coupon
- Tap the “Use Now” button in front of the merchant
- Enjoy your savory pie!
Note the coupon is valid until March 2.
Wondering where to go for Happy Hour? Swing by Tapeo29 on Monday – Thursdays from 6-8pm, or Fridays-Sunday from 5-7pm and enjoy half-priced tapas and drinks. The full menu can be found here! Tapeo29 is located on Clinton between Houston and Stanton.