Red Lobster Coupons
I simply can’t pass up the succulent taste of seafood – particuarly scallops, shrimp, and crab legs. How happy do you think I am then to have discovered a coupon for $4 off an entree at Red Lobster with no expiiration. Very happy indeed!
Get $4 Off Dinner Entree
Get out your bibs because it’s Crabfest time at Red Lobster. Try out a seafood trio, garlic crab and shrimp pasta or a delightful snow crab and shrimp duo. And don’t forget to use that coupon for $3 off any 2 lunch entrees or $4 off a dinner entrees. Yummy!
We had breakfast this morning at Layton’s. I had a ham and cheese omelette which came with toast and potatoes. The wife had 2 eggs, 3 strips of bacon, toast, and potatoes.
Coffee was $1.79 per cup – a real bargain when compared to some of our other drink purchases.
Ham and Cheese Omelette at Layton's
Eggs and Bacon at Layton's
Breakfast Bill at Layton's
We thought we had a coupon for this restaurant when we walked up the stairs and took our seats. It turns out however that the coupon was for the 45th Street location rather than the 9th Street location.
We got pretzel sticks as an appetizer. They were served up piping hot with side dips of Guinness mustard and cheddar cheese.
I had fish and chips which were came with Parmesan cheese coated french fries and jalapeno cole slaw.
The wife had a chicken avocado sandwich on marble rye bread with a side of homemade potato chips.
We had a $2 off coupon for a Dough Roller pizza so we used it today. We got a large pizza with pepperoni and sweet peppers and two cokes. The pizza was fairly pticed and the coupon made it even better. The cokes however were a whopping $3 each!
While walking on the Ocean City Boardwalk last night, we saw a nice looking ocean view restaurant that advertised breakfast every day. It turns out that the name of the restaurant was in fact Ocean View, and that is where we ended up for breakfast this morning.
I got the Friday special which was 2 eggs, bacon, and toast. It was a good deal at $4.95 and was precisely what I would have ordered anyway. The wife ordered eggs benedict off the menu for $9.50. The meals were priced well but the coffee was a bit pricey at $2.95 each – almost $6 for the twi of us to have coffee…
Coffee is Pricey
The Final Bill
We went to Embers today for the all you can eat seafood buffet. We knew there were coupons available but we couldn’t find one before dinner.
When we were seated and found the prices were pretty high ($32.99), we went online and found this page on the web. We showed it to the waiter and he took $10 off the bill without question. He also gave us complimentary coffee because we had to wait for it to brew.
The buffet was worth the price and the crab legs were terrific!!
Went to the Marina Deck Restaurant in Ocean City Maryland and had the all you can eat platter that included crab legs, Maryland blue crab, ribs, corn on the con, and hush puppies.
All You Can Eat Crab Legs
Breakfast at IHOP Review
We slept in a little and went to IHOP today in Youngstown for a late breakfast/early lunch.
IHOP has this strategy of putting shiny gold coffee pots on every table as part of the table setting. We would have had coffee anyway, but the coffee pot display makes it hard to ever say no.
The coffee came quickly and we placed our orders – the “Three Eggs and Pancakes” for me and the “2 x 2 x 2″ for the wife.
I always get my eggs over medium at IHOP because their over easy eggs are slightly runny. Their eggs are always consistently good and these were no exception. I think it’s peculiar that IHOP fuses their eggs together so 3 eggs turn onto 1 big egg, but they are always good so I’m not complaining.
The breakfast came with some crisp and well formed hash browns, 4 crispy bacon slices, and a plate of pancakes.
My wife’s 2 x 2 was 2 eggs, 2 slices of bacon, and 2 pancakes.
Quaker Steak and Lube Review
We had a late dinner this evening at the Quaker Steak and Lube on Boardman-Poland Road in Youngstown, Ohio.
We arrived at around 7:45pm and were seated promptly at a slightly undesirable table by the entrance door. It was an okay place to sit, but was in a very BUSY location as customers came and went. It was also a little chilly when the door opened and closed. In retrospect, we should have waited for a better table but it was okay.
We both ordered water to drink, and we shared the pretzel appetizer as a starter. The full pretzel appetizer at Quaker Steak and Lube is a stack of six salted pretzels with a hearty side of queso dip. It was really good but too big of an appetizer for us to handle. We ended up eating about four of the pretzels, but moved on to the main course when it arrived.
The wife got a single order of traditional wings with Louisiana Licker sauce. It was a big order of wings for a single, and she ended up leaving two on her plate that I felt obligated to eat for her.
I had a dozen boneless wings with hot sauce and ate them all!
It was a good dinner date except for the drafty front door and we enjoyed everything that we ordered.
This is a review of my breakfast at Waffle House in Washington PA on 1/20/2013.
We went to Pittsburgh last night and decided to spend the night at a hotel in Washington PA. The hotel had a late checkout which we took full advantage of so we headed out to the nearby Waffle House at around 12 Noon.
The restaurant was packed out so we decided to get a seat at the counter. The menus were already out as laminated place mats so we took our seats, sipped some coffee and started studying.
I’ve blogged before about the amazing hash browns at Waffle House so that was an easy first choice – a triple order, covered and peppered. Waffle House hash browns are terrific plain, but even better with American cheese (covered) and jalapeno peppers (peppered).
I debated on what I should get with my browns because everything sounded good, but i finally settled on the Texas bacon, egg, and cheese sandwich. The sandwich was delightful. It was a nicely fried egg with loys of crispy bacon and American cheese on grilled texas toast. It even came with a couple of dill pickle chips on the side.
The hash browns were great but I was a tad disappointed because there was only one slice of cheese on my triple order. The jalapenos were spread throughout so I felt that I was given a triple order of them but not the cheese. Next time, I’ll have that clarified when I place the order.
My wife ordered the All-American which she gets almost every time. It had over easy eggs, white toast, grits, bacon, and waffles. She added chocolate chips to the waffles.
Waffle House Hash Browns Covered and Peppered
Texas Bacon and Egg Sanwich
Eggs, Toast, and Grits
Chocolate Chip Pancakes and Bacon
Waffle House Receipt $22.03