Luring wallet watchers

April 2009
FoodService Director;4/15/2009, Vol. 22 Issue 4, pFSB10
Trade Publication
The article reports on dessert promotions and specials being offered by restaurants across the U.S. to attract customers. Dally Grill in Woodland Hills, California has launched Chocolate Mousse Monday where visitors on any Monday in March 2009 will receive a free classic chocolate mousse. It describes the coffee/baked product combo from Caribou Coffee in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Information is presented on the Sweethearts Eat Free promo of MCL Restaurant & Bakery in Indianapolis, Indiana.


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