Mondays in April, you'll save two bucks on your hot dogs when you buy a drink and fries. Each of the dozen choices is inspired by a city; choose the Santa Fe (topped with jalapenos and green salsa), Dallas (chili) or San Francisco (where anything goes—even ketchup).
Stimulating America's Economy for $5
Now that the economic stimulus bill has been approved, we thought you might find some comfort in getting back to basics—in the form of numbers you can count on one hand. Here are five attractive offers for $5 or less.
You've heard about India's new $2,500 car, which is the size of the average Lake Shore Drive pothole. While you wait for it to meet U.S. safety ratings (might be a while), enjoy a deal on a sturdier export—Kingfisher beer—at this friendly River North standby.
N9NE unveils a new weekend-only raw bar this Friday. Your oysters on the half shell will now come Sweet (with mango and pear), Salty (olive and caper salsa), Hot (chile, lime, mint) and as Bloody Mary shooters. Shucks to be you…
Lines are around the block for this new Ukrainian Village pie specialist, but you may want a test drive before bringing home a whole pie. Good thing they serve at least five flavors a day (apple, chocolate chess, pear-apple crumble) for only $4 per slice.
Outrageous expense reports may not make it past the bean counters these days, but your steakhouse business dinner still has life. The bar of this polished beef den is offering a month of juicy half-pound sirloin burgers for just $5, leaving plenty of room to hide those martinis.