October 13, 2022
What started as an April Fool’s joke on social media and came true a year ago with a limited-time menu offer is back at Culver’s. The CurderBurger is back until the end of the month or while supplies last. Culver has created a patty-sized cheese curd that goes on a Deluxe ButterBurger. Only 136,000 CurderBurgers were available last year, and some restaurants sold out within two hours, the chain reported.
Dunn Brothers Cafe at 8220 W. 12th St. opens Monday and Tuesday. Get a medium latte for $3 or a brewed coffee for 50 cents. Sign up to earn free coffee for a year by downloading and using the app.
Cafe and daycare center kick off development on west side lakefront
Red Rock Bar & Grill in Rowena offers new lunchtime meals for fall and winter. Monday is a quarter pound cheeseburger, Tuesday is a hot beef sandwich, Wednesday is a pulled pork sandwich, Thursday is a hot turkey sandwich, and Friday is a steak sandwich. All meals come with a side and a drink and cost $7.99, except for the steak sandwich, which is $9.99. They are served from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
MacKenzie River Pizza, Pub and Grill has a new special on Tuesday. Get $5 off a small pizza and a pint of your choice. The other daily specials are the same. Mondays are 50% off Mack Lovin’ Dessert with a $10 purchase. Wednesday is lunch with a friend, which involves buying a rod and reel combo and getting the second one for half price. On Thursdays it’s 20% off any flatbread.
Kingbird Cafe in Brandon adds coffee and non-coffee flights starting Saturday. The flavors of the fall flight will be offered until November. The coffee board includes Mocha, Iced Apple Crisp Latte, Warm Pumpkin Spice Honey, and Iced White Raspberry Mocha. The non-coffee platter includes Crispy Apple Chai, Strawberry Steamer, Blue Raspberry Lotus Energy Drink, and Herbal Mist, which includes tea and steamed milk. The cafe also started serving ham or sausage sandwiches for breakfast.
Kabab King at 1609 E. 10th St. has new BOGO offerings for the rest of the year. On Tuesday, buy a sandwich and get one free. There’s everything from falafel and gyro sandwiches to the KK Mediterranean Burger and the original KK Burger. On Thursday, buy a platter, like kabab or shawarma, and get one free. And with the cooler weather, lentil soup is back on the menu.
Chief Lance is on Phillips, which won September’s Downtown Pork Showdown, is keeping the winning dish on the menu through October. The ribs and grits meal is available for lunch and dinner.
Fall features have arrived at Phillips Avenue Dinner. The Harvest Salad includes roasted Fuji apples and a caramel apple shake to accompany your meal or serve as dessert. Other offerings include taverna, shrimp and grits, spaghetti and meatballs.
urban chislic has a new wing special for football weekends. Get unlimited traditional wings for $24 with a choice of sauce with every order. The restaurant has 18 flat screens and a 12 foot projector for watching college football and also has an NFL ticket.
The soups have arrived at the new ‘Arc Brosial in the Jones421 building. Get the plant-based vegan offerings by the cup, bowl, or combo with a salad. Flavors will alternate, but initial choices have included pumpkin chili and butternut squash bisque.
Soup Mondays are back at Obscure Brewing Co. Every Monday evening, the brasserie on the east side will offer a different soup. This week’s offering was Beer Cheese Soup made with Obscure’s Big Chain IPA. Chili also returned to the menu of the day.
SoDak Soda added gourmet hot chocolate to the menu. Keep it simple with Ghiradelli Sweet Cocoa and Chocolate or Ghiradelli Sweet White Chocolate. Some of the seasonal flavors include Hazelnut, Buttered Pecan, Toffee, Irish Cream and, of course, Pumpkin Spice.
Rudy M. Navarrete’s Tex-Mexican Restoration hosts its fifth annual campaign to buy new children’s tennis shoes at Boys and Girls Clubs of the Sioux Empire. Navarrete will serve the taco bus menu at six breweries and tasting rooms this month. Additional proceeds and donations will be used to purchase designer shoes.
As part of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Blue Rock Bar & Grill and big shots are donating $1 from every item ordered on her Pink Drinks & Sweets menus to the Edith Sanford Breast Center.
Pepper Jax Grill celebrates 20 years with retro awards. On October 20, get your favorite Philly grilled to order for $4.99 with the purchase of a drink. If ordering through the app, use code 2002.
thin chickens has a new offer to recognize students and teachers for their hard work. They get 20% off their Tuesday meals.
October 20, Sunny’s Pizzeria enshrines its “Sioux Falls Wall of Notability” mural, which features Mr. Bendo, Captain 11, attorney Scott Hoy, and other notable figures from the town’s more recent history. Artist Wyatt Dickson will be there to sign prints of the mural, and there will be a summary of the inductees on the wall, which is on the north side of the building along 26th Street at Walts Avenue. The inauguration begins at 6 p.m. A social event begins at 6:40 p.m. with $3 off large pizzas, $3.50 off “mystery beers” and $1 off draft beers. Winners will receive free pizza and drinks.
Noodles & Company extended a test of Impossible Orange Chicken Lo Mein to restaurants nationwide. The dish features impossible chicken protein in a plant-based panko crust, along with snow peas, napa and red cabbage, scallions, black sesame seeds and cilantro on a bed of noodles in Asian style with orange sauce. There’s also a new LEANguini Rosa with Impossible Chicken. According to Noodles, LEANguini dishes offer 44% less net carbs and 50% more protein. Customers can also add Chicken Impossible to any dish.
Wileys is hosting a Cans 4 Community food drive up until the week before Thanksgiving. Donate four non-perishable items and get a free drink. The limit is one offer per day.
Arby’s launched its annual #MakeADifferenceCampaign. Donate $1 to support youth in the community and get a coupon for free fries and a cup of cheddar cheese to redeem on your next visit.
Schedule changes, service
- Giliberto’s Mexican Taco Shop on Sertoma Avenue, which was the scene of an early morning shooting on Oct. 2, has changed its operations. It’s still open daily, but the new hours are 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. for the lobby and 7 a.m. to 2 a.m. for the drive-thru.
- Sunday is the last day of the season for the B&G Milky Ways in tea and Brandon.
- Pave no longer open on Sundays.
- Critters Bar at Crooks added hours on Sundays. It opens at 2 p.m. and closes at 8 p.m. There’s also a Sunday special: get a large pizza and a bucket of six local beers for $25.
- Sioux Valley Grid in Guangzhou will be closed from October 16 to 25 due to staffing and maintenance work.
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