SLC Pops in November
In case you don't know, SLC Pop is an occasional pop-up dinner series hosted and prepared by owner and head chef Katie Weinner, who appeared in season twelve of Top Chef on Bravo. Two intimate SLC Pop dinners will be held at the Red Moose Coffee Company Nov. 7 & 14. According to Weinner, "We'll be celebrating one of the best food seasons: fall. Get ready for pumpkin, squash, pomegranate and apples!" For tickets and information, visit SLCPop.com.
On Tuesday, Nov. 3, the Denny's restaurant at 250 W. 500 South in Salt Lake City will host a Guest Appreciation Day with special pricing on a trio of customer favorites. Along with a chance to win hundreds of prizes, Denny's will offer special pricing on its Original Grand Slam ($2.99), Super Bird ($3.99) and Country-Fried Steak ($5.99). "At Denny's, we know that we could never be a success without the support of our loyal diners," writes Chad Fullmer, Denny's district leader. "Whether you're a first-time guest or a regular at our booths, this is our way of saying thank you for making memories around our table and sharing it all with us."
Meanwhile, Wienerschnitzel restaurants will salute members of the military Veterans Day with a free Chili Dog and small Pepsi. The complimentary dog and drink are available at all Wienerschnitzel locations on Nov. 11 with a valid military I.D. or proof of service, and to service members in uniform.
Finally, according to the PR folks at Pilot Flying J travel centers, "Most convenience stores on the road offer frozen pies, but PJ Fresh Pizza is pizzeria-quality gourmet pizza made with 100-percent-real mozzarella cheese, hand-braided dough and fresh toppings, including a variety of meats and veggies." Decide the accuracy of this statement for yourself with a free slice of PJ Fresh Pizza offered at Pilot Flying J locations throughout October. Get your free pizza-slice coupon at the company's Facebook page: Facebook.com/pilottravelcenters.
Quote of the week: If more of us valued food and cheer and song above hoarded gold, it would be a merrier world. —J.R.R. Tolkien