Chick-fil-A Expands Breakfast Menu With Hash Brown Scramble Bowl, Burrito

Chick-fil-A lovers have long been able to order their favorite chicken sandwich in breakfast form via a biscuit. Now they can get it in bowl form, complete with hash browns. 

The fast food chicken joint announced today the launch of its first breakfast bowl, the Hash Brown Scramble.

The new meal is made with Chick-fil-A’s tot hash browns, scrambled eggs, cheese, jalapeño salsa, and choice of chicken nuggets or sausage.

The fast food chain explains that it wants to give its customers more options and saw an opportunity to reach people looking for breakfast bowls, an increasingly popular option for those tired of breakfast sandwiches.

In addition to the new bowl, Chick-fil-A says it will replace also offer a Hash Brown Scramble burrito, which will replace the current breakfast burrito.

The breakfast offerings are just the latest new offerings at Chick-fil-A. The company began testing a $30 family style meal back in July. A month before that, the chain debuted a gluten-free bun.

Restaurant Jobs Are the New Factory Jobs

Donald Trump’s ideal economy is defined by brawn. He praises steelworkers, speaks wistfully of coal mining, and tweets boastfully about new manufacturing factories. But 200 days into his presidency, the most promising sector of the U.S. labor market isn’t steel-plating. It’s dinner-plating.

Restaurant jobs are on fire in 2017, growing faster than health care, construction, or manufacturing. The Bureau of Labor Statistics calls this subsector “food services and drinking places,” and the jobs are mostly at sit-down restaurants, which make up 50 percent of the category. Fast-food joints are the next-largest employer in the category, with 37 percent. Bars—wonderful, plentiful, but leanly staffed—account for just 3 percent. So, I’m just going to keep saying “restaurants” for short.

In some metros, restaurants are powering the entire economy. More than a third of Cleveland’s new jobs since 2015 are in restaurants, according to EMSI data. The same is true for New Orleans, but since 2010.

Unlike mining or manufacturing, which tends to cluster in a handful of regions, the restaurant boom is spread across the country. New fine-dining restaurants, which tend to require more waitstaff, are blooming in all the predictable places—San Francisco, Nashville, and Austin (the Texas capital leads the country in percent-growth of restaurant jobs). But restaurants are dominating local economies in a diverse range of places, from poor metros like Little Rock, to rich places like Washington, D.C., and military hubs like Virginia Beach.

How did this happen? As Justin Fox points out, the trend didn’t appear overnight. For the past three decades, restaurants have steadily grown, as part of the most fundamental shift in American work—from making things to serving people. Between 1990 and 2008, 98 percent of new jobs came from so-called “nontradable” industries that aren’t sensitive to international trade, according to the economist Michael Spence.

In 1990, manufacturing was almost three times larger than the food-service industry. But restaurants have gradually closed the gap. At current rates of growth, more people will work at restaurants than in manufacturing in 2020. This mirrors the shift in consumer spending. Restaurants’ share of America’s food budget has doubled from 25 percent in the 1950s to 50 percent today.

The phenomenon is speeding up. Four of the five best years for restaurant growth on record have happened since 2011. Restaurant jobs have grown faster than the overall economy every month since August 2010. (That’s more than 200 consecutive months!) It’s not just a redundant artifact of the service-sector economy, either. Almost every month between 1996 and 2000—years when job creation soared in a booming economy—restaurant jobs grew slower than the rest of the labor market.

The trend is speeding up, but it’s not clear that we should cheer it—or whether it’s sustainable. Jobs are jobs, but these ones don’t pay very well. The typical private-sector job pays about $22 an hour. The typical restaurant job pays about $12.50. That’s one reason why the Fight for 15 movement to raise the minimum wage has targeted the restaurant industry. What’s more, although it might feel like a golden age of restaurants in America, the truth is that the United States might have too many restaurants, particularly “family-casual” chains like Applebee’s, which have struggled to keep up with rising labor costs.

But the most important feature of the restaurant-jobs boom is not what it may say about the future, but rather the fact that it is happening in the first place. Trump and other politicians often say they want to help the common worker. But then they talk about the economy as if it were cryogenically frozen sometime around 1957. The U.S. still makes stuff, but mostly it serves stuff. To help American workers, it helps to begin with an honest accounting of what Americans actually do.

Krispy Kreme Celebrates Solar Eclipse by Debuting Chocolate Glazed Donut

Donut fans, this one is for you. Krispy Kreme is set to debut a limited run of donuts that coincides with the solar eclipse. The donut chain will offer a chocolate rendition of the classic Original Glazed on August 21, the same day as the natural event. There is a catch though, customers are only allowed to purchase the limited donut before its debut during the Hot Light hours on August 19, 20 and all day on Monday the 21.

In a statement by Jackie Woodward, the CMO of Krispy Kreme states:

“The solar eclipse is a rare occasion providing a total sensory experience for viewers across the continental U.S. Chocolate will have the same effect as we introduce a first-time chocolate glazing of our iconic Original Glazed Doughnut. The Chocolate Glazed Doughnut is a delicious way to experience the solar eclipse — no matter where you are — and we can’t wait for fans to try it.”

Will you be picking up the treats?

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Krispy Kreme & Reese’s Debut Mouthwatering Peanut Butter Doughnuts

If you’re a big fan of Krispy Kreme doughnuts and Reese’s peanut butter, then you don’t want to miss their newest offering — Krispy Kreme Reese’s Peanut Butter Doughnut.

Combining two classic flavors, the delicious donut is filled with a Reese’s Peanut Butter Kreme filling, dipped in chocolate icing and topped with a chocolate and peanut butter drizzle, as well as Reese’s mini peanut butter chips and peanuts.

“Similar to our hot, fresh doughnuts, the matchmaking of chocolate and peanut butter is a delicious combination that consumers have enjoyed for generations,” said Jackie Woodward, Chief Marketing Officer of Krispy Kreme Doughnuts. “In partnering with The Hershey Company, we’re satisfying an intense desire that Krispy Kreme and Reese’s fans never knew they had.”

The new Reese’s Peanut Butter Doughnut will be available in participating U.S. Krispy Kreme shops for a limited time starting this Friday, August 4, 2017.

Today Is National Chicken Wing Day: Here Are Some Deals

There’s only one good thing about nonsense holidays like National Ice Cream Day or National Donut Day: If you like the food being celebrated, restaurants have events where you can get discounts or free items. National Chicken Wing Day, July 29, is no exception.

Discounts

Buffalo Wild Wings: Small plates of boneless wings for $9.99, and traditional wings for $11.99.

East Coast Wings & Grill: Buy wings on the holiday, get a voucher for five free wings the next time you come back.

Hooters: Buy any 10 wings, get 10 smoked chicken wings free. They’re calling it “National Smoked Chicken Wing Day.”

Hurricane Grill & Wings: $1 wings and a free soda or beer if you spend $20 on food.

WingHouse: Buy 10 wings, get five free.

Wingstop: Buy wings, get five free boneless wings from 11 A.M. to 5 P.M.

Chick-Fil-A Testing $30 Family Style Meals So Everyone Can Just Share

Taking a page from KFC’s finger-lickin’ chicken book, Chick-fil-A is stepping away from fast food’s traditional individual meals — you know the ones where everyone has their own fries they never finish — and dipping its toes into family style meals. 

Chick-fil-A recently began testing family style meals, along with new sides, at select locations in North Carolina, Arizona, and Texas.

The Family Style Meals, which will be available at the restaurants until Nov. 18, are meant to serve four people, and include one entree, two sides, and eight mini rolls.

The $29.99 meal comes with customers’ choice of 12 Chick-n-Strips, four Original Chick-fil-A Chicken Breasts, 30 Chick-fil-A Nuggets, or four Grilled Chicken Breasts. Side options include fruit cup, side salad, and the superfood side, as well as new sides of bacon baked beans and mac & cheese.

Customers have the option of adding additional entrees, sides, and beverages to the meal deal for an extra charge.

While it’s unclear how much the add-ons will cost customers, the original meal deal is in line with many of KFC’s family style options. For instance, at KFC customers will pay $20 for a “Fill Up,” which comes with eight pieces of chicken, a large cole slaw, four biscuits, and two mashed potatoes and gravy sides.

Chick-fil-A says the decision to test family style meals came as a response to customers’ requests for more takeout options.

In fact, the chain says that 36% of its customers take their meals to go, and those customers are looking for even more convenience.

“Our customers told us that they wanted an even more convenient way to share meals at home or on the go, so we worked directly with a group of parents to design every part of Family Style Meals – down to the cutlery caddy that features five unique conversation starter questions to help customers connect over mealtime,” Matt Abercrombie, manager of menu development at Chick-fil-A, said in a statement.

The meals are being tested in Greensboro, NC, Phoenix, and San Antonio. Feedback from customers will be used to determine if the family style meals will expand in the future.

Here’s Where To Get All The Deals On National French Fry Day

French fries might be the perfect food, particularly because of their customizability. You can go basic and eat these crispy, fried gems on their own or with ketchup (or any other crazy sauce). But if you want to really get the most out of French fries, you’ll enjoy them slathered with chili and cheese, gravy and cheese (poutine), or blanketed by pulled pork, brisket, or any other magical meat. They’re amazing on their own, but really shine when paired with cheeseburgers, hotdogs, and every other sandwich and wrap ever invented. French fries are so sublime, they deserve their own holiday. Oh wait, they already do — and it’s today. Here’s where to get all the best deals for National French Fry Day.

Arby’s
You can get free fries (and a drink) at Arby’s. All you need to do is purchase a Brown Sugar Bacon Sandwich. You don’t need a coupon to take advantage of this offer.

Bob Evans
Want a change of pace on National French Fry Day? If you use this coupon, you can get a free order of sweet potato fries at Bob Evans today.

BurgerFi
Buy any burger or hot dog at BurgerFi on National French Fry Day and you’ll get a free regular size order of French fries for free.

Dairy Queen
DK is offering small fries for only $1 all day today at select locations. Check your local Dairy Queen to see if this deal is available.

Houlihan’s
To celebrate the holiday, the chain is offering customers bottomless Parmesan Frites (as well as regular French fries) all day. All you need to do is pay for the first order and they’ll keep refilling it for free. This deal is available at select locations. Check and see if your local Houlihan’s is honoring it before you go in.

McDonald’s
Customers can get an order of medium French fries when they purchase any other menu item using the McDonald’s app. This deal continues every Friday until September 7th.

Omaha Steaks
Visit any Omaha Steaks’ location or order online to get a burger and an order of steak fries for only $2.99.

Pizza Hut
Us the coupon code YWM to get 24 Wingstreet chicken wings with sauces, and two orders of waffle fries for $19.99.

Here’s Where To Get Deals For National Fried Chicken Day

When summer rolls around, you can bet foods like ribs, corn on the cob, burgers, hot dogs, and (most importantly) fried chicken aren’t far behind. There’s just something blissfully nostalgic about summer foods. It’s almost as if biting into a crispy, steaming piece of fried chicken brings us back to our childhoods, sitting outside in the sun, our fingers (and chins) covered in greasy goodness without a care in the world.

Here to take advantage of that childhood summer bliss is National Fried Chicken Day. The day when you can throw your diet out the window and bask in the glow of extra crispy days gone by. Plus, you can do it without paying a fortune because there are deals and specials to be had all over the country.

NOTE: We know that some of these are just “deals” and some aren’t tied to the day itself. We’re just trying to help you eat for cheap!

Bob Evans

Get your hands on the chain’s fried chicken tenders and get a side of salad or soup PLUS dessert for an additional $2 today.

Boston Market

Grab this online coupon and head to your local Boston Market today to get an Oven Crisp Chicken Strips Sandwich or wrap for only $5.

Burger King

Stop into BK today to get a ten-piece chicken nuggets for $1.49. You don’t even need a coupon for this deal.

Church’s Chicken

Use the code 1730 and get a 10-piece leg and thighs combo. But wait, there’s more. The deal also comes with four biscuits and two large sides for $12.99.

Domino’s Pizza

Use the online code 5851 to get one large 2-topping pizza and 14 chicken wings for $19.99.

Giant Eagle

To celebrate National Fried Chicken Day, the grocery store chain is offering customers 4 pieces of fried chicken for only $1.99.

Kentucky Fried Chicken

It couldn’t possibly be National Fried Chicken Day without the Colonel. Visit any KFC location to get a Chicken Share meal that includes chicken tenders, chicken pieces, popcorn chicken, and hot wings for only $10.

Marco’s Pizza

To celebrate the day, Marco ‘s is offering a $13.99 specialty pizza deal but, you have to have this coupon. To get it.

Papa Johns

Use the code 25OFF to get 25 percent off your order today.

Pick Up Stix

Visit any location and get a free chicken entree with the purchase of an entree and drink. But you have to use the coupon code 414-752-574.

Pizza Hut

Use the code 2221 to get a box of 8 boneless wings for only $6.

Popeyes

You’ll “love that chicken at Popeyes” because the chain is offering 10 pieces of Bonafide Chicken, 2 large sides, and 5 biscuits for only $10 today (check in your area to see if they have this deal).

Meat-Eaters Are Increasingly Ordering Vegan Meals

Vegan dining is undeniably growing, with an increase in vegan restaurants in the UK and elsewhere in the world.

Vegan menu options at restaurants that serve animal products are more common now, too. In fact, The Press Herald recently reported that even those who eat meat at home are increasingly likely to order vegan food when dining out, and magazine Marie Claire did a story featuring some of the great options for vegetarians and vegans at UK and Ireland eateries.

Why meat-free?

According to the Harris Poll by the Vegetarian Resource Group, well over a third of the non-vegetarian people who responded to their poll sometimes order vegetarian meals when dining out. The reasons that were given for choosing the veggie dish include health, cost, and animals.

Some people order off the vegan menu out of concern for horrible damage that the meat industry is doing to the environment. (After all, agriculture is responsible for at least a third of greenhouse gas emissions, with around half of that coming from livestock.)

Others order from the vegan menu because they fear otherwise having a dairy allergy ignored. Many people choose vegan dishes because they are watching their cholesterol or otherwise trying to avoid the negative consequences that eating meat can have on humans, too.

When talking about vegan dining, what many people don’t consider is that nearly everyone eats a lot of vegan food already. Of course, fruits, vegetables, grains, nuts, legumes, and many other dietary staples are already vegan.

People can enjoy foods they already love when feeling adventurous and ordering from the vegan menu. Half the fun can be trying new flavors and foods that people never bothered with while eating animal-based products.

Impact on business

Tyson Foods, the biggest producer of meat in the United States, even invested in Beyond Meat and also launched a venture capital fund to invest in startups that aim to develop meat substitutes. The CEO even hinted that the future is looking a lot more vegan, and earlier this year stated: “Plant-based protein is growing almost, at this point, a little faster than animal-based, so I think the migration may continue in that direction.”

Going into 2017, Modern Restaurant Management, a popular online restaurant magazine, predicted that plant-based protein would be served in more and more restaurants. According to the magazine, the industry is undeniably growing, and ‘we will be seeing vegetable proteins throughout our dining experiences’.

That prediction seems to be on solid ground.

The future is vegan

It’s easy to see why vegan dining would appeal to anyone. A chef is only limited by their imagination in what they can do with vegan ingredients, and the public increasingly wants healthier, more affordable, and more compassionate food choices.

When going out to eat, people can order vegan options and enjoy a delectable meal with all the flavor they crave and the nutrition they need. Why, then, would anyone order a meat-based dish with all the harm it can cause the environment, one’s personal health, and, of course, the animals who were killed for it?

It seems the world is waking up to the fact that vegan dining is, indeed, the future.

Looking For Free Food On Your Birthday? We’ve Got You Covered

It’s your birthday, and you’re hungry. You’d like to treat yourself to something delicious, something… free. Where should you go? We’ve got a huge list you can start with.

Inspired by the tale of this young, enterprising Philadelphia woman who managed to score free coffee, meals, pretzels, more coffee, snacks, and booze without spending a dime, we wanted to see just how many popular chains offer gratis grub on your day of days.

The good news is, there are plenty of restaurants, diners, eateries, and other food purveyors out there willing to reward you just for being born.

However, even if you don’t need to spend your hard-earned cash, there’s no such thing as a free lunch (or so they say) so be prepared to offer up something in exchange — your information. Because unlike days of yore when you could simply inform your server that it was someone’s birthday and get a free song and dessert, most restaurants on the below list will require you to subscribe to an email list, rewards club, or perks program.

Before you head out to collect your birthday spoils, you should also make sure you read the terms of service for each restaurant’s birthday deals, as some may require you to be a member for a certain amount of time in order to cash in on that deal. Offers may not be available at all locations either.

Abuelo’s Join the Rewards Club and receive an unspecified birthday offer.
Applebee’s If you sign up for the restaurant’s eClub, you’ll get a free birthday dessert. Sweet!
Arby’s Register for deals from Arby’s and get a free roast beef classic sandwich when you purchase any size drink.
Au Bon Pain Free salad or sandwich when you sign up for the online loyalty club, as well as a free travel mug.
Auntie Anne’s Pretzels You can get a free classic pretzel on your birthday if you sign up for the My Pretzel Perks loyalty program.
Baja Fresh Mexican Grill A free birthday burrito when you sign up for Club Baja. Plus, a free bonus taco for whenever you find yourself in need of a taco.
Baskin Robbins Sign up for the Birthday Club to get an emailed coupon for a free 2.5 ounce ice cream in the flavor of your choosing, plus a discount on your birthday cake.
bd’s Mongolian Grill Join Club Mongo and get a free meal on your birthday.
Benihana Register for The Chef’s Table and receive a $30 gift certificate during the month of your birthday.
Black Angus Steakhouse You’ll receive a free steak dinner on your first birthday after you sign up to be a Prime Club Member. Bonus free dessert when you join.
Bojangles Get a free Bo-Berry Biscuit with purchase every year on your birthday when you sign up for the restaurant’s eClub.
Boston Market VIP Club members get a free dessert with purchase on their birthday.
Bruegger’s Bagels Sign up for the eClub, get a free bagel of your choice with cream cheese, and a birthday coupon via email.
Buca di Beppo Receive a free small pasta dish for your birthday — Spaghetti Marinara, Fettuccini Alfredo, or Baked Ziti — when you sign up for the eClub.
Buffalo Wild Wings Grill & Bar Joining the Buffalo Circle Club will earn you an order of snack size wings, as well as a free dessert on your birthday.
Caribou Coffee Sign up for the Caribou Perks program and receive a free birthday drink.
Carraba’s Italian Grill Members of the Amici Club receive a free dessert with the purchase of any entree.
Carvel Subscribers of the Fudgie Fanatics email list get you a free ice cream cone, a birthday coupon, and a BOGO offer.
The Cheesecake Factory Tell your server it’s your birthday and you’ll get a free song AND a free birthday sundae with a tiny “scoopette” of vanilla ice cream, fudge, whipped cream, confetti pieces and a candle. No signing up for anything!
Chili’s Signing up for the email club will earn you a coupon for a free dessert on your birthday.
Cinnabon You can get a birthday free treat as well as a bonus Minibon cinnamon roll by signing up for Club Cinnamon.
Coldstone Creamery My Coldstone Club members receive a BOGO coupon for an ice cream creation on their birthday.
Cracker Barrel Free dessert and a free song on your birthday — and you don’t have to sign up for a thing.
Culver’s Join the MyCulver’s club and get a free birthday sundae, and a free value basket including a ButterBurger (or other sandwich), classic side, and a regular drink.
Dairy Queen Free blizzard coupon when you sign up for the online fan club, as well as a “special” birthday coupon. Make sure to bring the printed coupon to the store.
Del Taco Join the online club and get a free, regular size premium milkshake on your birthday — vanilla, chocolate, or strawberry.
Denny’s Get a free original grand slam with a valid ID on your birthday. No signup required.
Dippin’ Dots Signing up for the Dot Crazy email club entitles you to free Dippin’ Dots on your birthday.
Dunkin’ Donuts You’ll get a free drink for signing up for the DD Perks Rewards Program, as well as a free medium beverage of your choice on your birthday.
Edible Arrangements Register for the Edible Rewards program and get an assortment of free chocolate-dipped fruit on your birthday.
Einstein Bros. Bagels A free bagel and schmear with purchase when you join the eClub, as well as free egg sandwich with purchase on your birthday.
Firehouse Subs If you sign up for Firehouse Rewards before your birthday, you’ll get a free medium sub valid on your birthday or within six days after it.
Friendly’s Register for the BFF Club and get a free Happy Endings (yes, that’s really what it’s called) medium sundae.
Godiva Sign up for the rewards club to get a $10 gift card during your birthday month.
Gold Star Chili Register for the eClub, get a “birthday surprise,” as well as a BOGO coupon for three-way chili.
Golden Corral Members of the Good As Gold Club will receive a birthday surprise (possibly a free meal).
Great American Cookies You’re gonna get a birthday cookie surprise that is probably in the form of a free cookie if you sign up for cookie-mail.
Hard Rock Cafe Hard Rock Rewards members will receive a birthday offer.
Hooter’s Sign up for HootClub emails and get a free, unspecified birthday gift.
Houlihan’s Join the email list and get $10 off for singing up plus a free entrée on your birthday. Plus, “lots of other swag.”
IHOP Become a member of the Pancake Revolution and receive free pancakes — on your birthday, right away, and on the anniversary of your membership — for your efforts.
Jack in the Box Sign up for offers, get a coupon you can use during your birthday week for two free tacos with purchase.
Jamba Juice Members of the Jamba Insider rewards program get a free birthday smoothie or juice.
Jersey Mike’s Subs Sign up for the email club and get a yearly coupon on your birthday for a free sub and regular size drink that can be used anytime during the year.
Johnny Rockets Registering for emails will get you a free burger with purchase on your first visit as well as on your birthday.
Krispy Kreme Donuts Treat yourself to a free doughnut on your birthday after you’ve signed up for the eClub.
Lone Star Steakhouse Join the eClub, get a gift for joining, and a gift on your birthday (rumored to be a free appetizer).
Marble Slab Creamery Members of the Slab Happy rewards program will receive a $5 coupon on their birthday and subscriber anniversary, plus a free ice cream for signing up.
Margaritaville All you have to do is show up on your birthday to get a free scoop of ice-cream — plus toppings.
Moe’s Southwestern Grill Get a complimentary birthday burrito every year when you sign up for Moe’s e-World.
Noodles & Company Becoming a member of the Noodlegrams eClub will entitle you to you one free noodle bowl on your birthday.
O’Charley’s Members of the O’Club get a free birthday surprise, and a free appetizer just for joining.
Olive Garden Free appetizer or dessert during your birthday month if you subscribe to the eClub.
Outback Steakhouse No need to sign up to receive a child-size vanilla sundae with chocolate syrup on your birthday. If you do sign up for the rewards program, you’ll also get a birthday coupon for a free dessert or appetizer with your meal.
P.F. Chang’s Register for emails and receive a complimentary appetizer or dessert of your choice during your birthday month.
Panera Bread MyPanera members get a free pastry, dessert, or cafe item on their birthday.
Pinkberry PinkCard subscribers can score a free yogurt on their birthday.
Pizza Hut Register for an online ordering account and receive free cinnamon sticks on your birthday (when you place an order online).
Planet Smoothie Members of the Planet Smoothie Club get a free smoothie on their birthday.
Ponderosa You want a birthday surprise? Join the eClub.
Qdoba Mexican Grill Qdoba Rewards members will get a birthday offer for joining, as long as you register at least two months prior to your birthday.
Quiznos Join the Q Club online, and get your choice of free cookie on your birthday when you bring in the email coupon.
Red Mango Get $5 off your birthday purchase after you join Club Mango, as well as a $2 reward for signing up.
Red Lobster A random freebie will be chosen for you on your birthday if you’re a member of the Fresh Catch Club at least seven days prior to the big day. Cue the suspense.
Red Robin A free birthday burger will be yours if you’re a member of the Royalty rewards club.
Rita’s Italian Ice Birthday Club members get a free treat on their birthday (a free scoop of ice cream, Italian ice, or custard). And if your birthday is in the winter months when your local Rita’s may be closed, you’ll get a half-birthday message/offer instead.
Ruby Tuesday Adding your name to the So Connected email list gets you a free appetizer when you join, and your choice of either a free burger or free garden bar entree on your birthday.
Sbarro Anyone in the the Slice Society can score a free slice of pizza on their birthday.
Smashburger Free side or shake with any purchase on your birthday for members of the Smashclub, plus a 50% off entree with purchase of a side and drink upon joining.
Sonic Signing up for MySonic rewards will earn you a free birthday treat.
Sprinkles Cupcakes Members of the perks program will get a free cupcake on their birthday. Once you get to a certain level, you’ll also get a free cupcake on your half birthday. The top tier of members get a dozen free cupcakes on the big day.
Starbucks Join the Starbucks Rewards program and get a free birthday beverage.
Steak N’ Shake Want a double-steak burger with cheese fries for free on your birthday? Sign up for the email club.
TCBY Register for myTCBY and get a free frozen yogurt on your birthday and bring on the brain freeze.
TGI Fridays Become a “Friend With Benefits” and get a free dessert during your birthday month, as well as a coupon for a free appetizer or dessert when you sign up.
Waffle House Free birthday waffle for all Waffle House Regulars Club members.
Wendy’s WendyMail subscribers get a free Frosty.
Whataburger Get a free Justaburger on your birthday by signing up for emails.