Restaurants Offering Free Food and Discounts on Tax Day

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April 15th is just one day away, so if you’re feeling the pinch, here’s a little relief: Free food! Several restaurant chains across the country have announced they will be offering free food or other discounts to diners as part of our national “Tax Day Holiday”.

McCormick & Schmick’s – This seafood chain is offering tax themed deals, like a $10.40 gift certificate for future use, as well as entrees discounted from their normally lofty $15 – $20 down to $10.40. You’ll even find tax themed drinks like a pint of Sam Adams “Deduction Draft”.

P.F. Chang’s – One of our favorite Chinese restaurants is keeping it simple… a blanket 15% discount for anyone dining on April 15th.

T.G.I. Friday’s – What’s more American than taxes? Cheeseburgers. Dine at a T.G.I. Friday’s on tax day and you’ll get a $5 Bonus Bites gift card if you spend $10 – $25, or a $10 card for those who spend more than $25. If you’re a member of their frequent customer program, you’ll also earn double rewards.

MaggieMoo’s Ice Cream and Treatery – Free ice cream!!! With their “e-cone-omic ice cream stimulus package”, each customer will get a free single-scoop serving at 200 of their stores.

Cinnabon – Love cinnamon and buns? Then you’ll love Cinnabon’s “Tax Day Bites”… they’re identical to Cinnabon’s Classic Bites, except for the whole “paying” thing. From 5 to 8 PM on April 15, pick up a Tax Day Bite at one of their 700 outlets.

Taco Del Mar – “Taxes Suck. Tacos Don’t.” is their tax day motto. Register at the Taco Del Mar website for an emailed coupon good for one free tax day taco.

Is your favorite restaurant offering a Tax Day deal? Didn’t see it on this list? Let us know by commenting below.

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