Celebrate the end of tax season on Tuesday, April 17, with these wallet-friendly Tax Day dining deals.
Babbo Italian Eatery is offering its 8-inch cheese pizza for just $4.17 all day long. The offer is good with the purchase of a drink and customers must mention the deal to get it. The Tax Day special is valid for dine in or take out on April 17.
Oregano’s latest cocktail creation, “The Painkiller,” is served in a tiki glass filled with a generous pour of rum and cream of coconut, shaken up with both pineapple and orange juices, then finished off with sprinkle of nutmeg. On Tuesday, April 17, Oregano’s will pay the taxes on the Painkiller cocktail for all patrons.
Pizza lovers can enjoy a two-topping pizza, one house or Caesar salad and two glasses of beer or wine for $20.17 at Midici, The Neapolitan Pizza Company (pictured).
Fired Pie is offering deals all day long with any one-topping pizza for just $4.17 with purchase of a beverage, or guests may instead take $2 off any custom pizza or salad with purchase of a beverage. Deal valid at restaurant only; not available through third-party delivery.
Guests at The Phoenix Ale Brewery Central Kitchen can enjoy an order of pretzel bites with mouthwatering Biltmore Blonde cheese fondue for $4.17, regularly $9. Phoenix Ale Brewery brews and the Central Kitchen’s signature Uptown ‘Rita margarita will also be only $4.17 on April 17.
Grimaldi’s Pizzeria will be having a Tax Day deal for a $10.40 16-inch traditional cheese pizza on April 17.
On Tuesday, April 17, Hash Kitchen is offering Mimosa Flights for just $8.
Babbo Italian Eatery is offering its 8-in. cheese pizza for just $4.17 all day long. The offer is good with the purchase of a drink and customers must mention the deal to get it.
Tommy Bahama Restaurant 7 Bar is now introducing online ordering for delivery or pick-up. Try out their Surf and Turf kit, or the Backyard BBQ Kit for great family meals.