Driven by strong community ties, Chicago’s America’s Dog & Burger is rolling out an appetizing take on the great American road trip– monthly meal deals to honor first responders and students.
Beginning January 2018, the restaurant is launching an ongoing promotion where every first Monday of the month first responders will receive 50 percent off their dine-in meals. Likewise, any student who visits an AD&B on the first Friday of every month can take 50 percent off their food order as well.
The new customized monthly meal deals represent the meaningful ways the eatery continues to connect with the community and celebrate its loyal, longstanding guests.
“Chicago’s first responders put their lives on the line every day to protect and heal our neighborhoods and that should be recognized. And students need a break from their round-the-clock days to enjoy an affordable meal too,” said Manolis Alpogianis, who took the famed road trip with his brother George and co-owns AD&B with him. “America’s Dog & Burger wouldn't be where is it today without the unwavering support from these fans, so we’re offering them a little token of our appreciation and celebrating what they represent for our community.“
AD&B has three locations, each situated at prime destinations – Chicago’s Navy Pier, O’Hare Airport and in Chicago’s Loop on Randolph Street in between Wabash and State Streets.
As a reoccurring perk, the monthly meal deals will also be available for eligible guests at all future franchise and corporate AD&B locations, including the brand’s fifth restaurant set to open August 2018 in Evergreen Park’s Evergreen Marketplace.