Thanks to the fine folks over at WineandDined.com, you law abiding tax payers don’t need to starve in the name of Uncle Sam. The following list offers a few tax day bonuses of the eats variety:
Bar Blanc Bistro: It’s the final day that Bar Blanc Bistro will be offering 50% off all bar menu items and alcohol (excluding bottles of wine) at the bar between 6-8pm. We hit this special up last week and it’s not to be missed.
B.R. Guest: 15% Off Gift Cards Until the 15th! You deserve a break… B.R. Guest Restaurants is offering 15% off Gift Cards purchased online for today.
Energy Kitchen (all locations): Drop by the local chain on April 15 between noon and 2 p.m. for a free sandwich with a drink purchase.
Golosi: Golosi opened last week at 125 Park Ave. between 41st and 42nd streets to a good amount of buzz. They are offering a special offer all day (11am-9pm) Buy 1 scoop of gelato, get one free, buy pizza (3-inch minimum), get same amount free.
McCormick & Schmick’s: As part of its Tax Relief Day promotion, McCormick & Schmick’s Seafood Restaurants will offer on Wednesday a $10.40 entree menu as well as a Bottom Line Drink Selection.
McDonald’s: Buy one Big Mac, get a second for 15¢.
One if By Land, Two if By Sea: Extending a 50% Family & Friends Discount on Tax Day to all guests on the email list (or guests who know to say “Friends & Family Discount” when making a reservation by phone). This is a pretty unbelievable deal — 50% off all food and beverages both at the bar and in the dining room. Call 212-255-8649 for reservations.
Papa John’s: Papa John’s once again provides last-minute filers, or “pro-crust-inators,” a “1040″ online deal. Now through midnight on April 15th, consumers can cash in on this tax break by entering “1040″ as a promotional code at www.papajohns.com for a large, original crust pizza with up to three toppings for just $10.40.
Supermac (7th b/t 29th and 30th): 8-cent Mac n’ Cheese special tomorrow only between 12-7pm.
T.G.I. Friday’s: On April 15, diners receive a $5 gift card when they spend $15 to $25. They earn a $10 card for a purchase of more than $25.