Saturday, August 29, 2015

Free pancakes, free chips and queso

For the eighth consecutive year, IHOP restaurants are giving away short stacks of their buttermilk pancakes today (Tuesday, Feb. 5) to mark Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals’ 30th anniversary. Patrons are urged to contribute to the hospitals in return; in the Philly area, it's Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.

Free pancakes, free chips and queso

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For the eighth consecutive year, IHOP restaurants are giving away short stacks of their buttermilk pancakes today (Tuesday, Feb. 5) to mark Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals’ 30th anniversary. Patrons are urged to contribute to the hospitals in return; in the Philly area, it's Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.

I-CHOP!

The deal is good till 10 p.m. today.


 

In honor of California Tortilla's anniversary, the Doylestown location (274 S. Main St.) will give out chips and queso with each entree purchased. You alao have to give the password: “Happy Birthday." This deal is on till Sunday. Feb. 10.

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