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Eat at Chili's to help Toys for Tots

Eat at Chili's to help Toys for Tots

(WXIA) -- 'Tis the season to give, and Chili's Grill & Bar is allowing customers to do just that.

On Monday, Dec. 9, Chili's diners can make a donation to Marine Toys for Tots by eating at one of the restaurant chain's many locations.

Simply mention the Toys for Tots fundraiser to a Chili's server for 10 percent of the check to be given to the organization.

Learn more and find your nearest Chili's at chilis.com.

Eat at Chili's to support Wounded Warrior Project

Eat at Chili's to support Wounded Warrior Project

(WXIA) -- In honor of Veterans Day, Chili's is giving customers an easy way to support the Wounded Warrior Project.

On Sunday, Nov. 10, Chili's diners have the option of donating 10 percent of their checks to the charity, which supports injured military personnel and veterans.

Simply download the flyer from the Chili's website and present it to a server to make a donation.

Vets and military members who eat at Chili's on Veterans Day -- Monday, Nov. 11 -- will be treated to free entrées.

Visit chilis.com to find your nearest Chili's.

IHOP offering free Scary Face pancakes on Halloween

IHOP offering free Scary Face pancakes on Halloween

(WXIA) -- The arrival of autumn means different things to different people. For IHOP's youngest customers, it signifies something delicious: a Scary Face pancake.

Scary Face pancakes are available for the entire month of October and are free on Halloween.

"We're excited to bring back one of our most requested holiday promotions, the Scary Face pancake," IHOP vice president of marketing Natalia Franco said in a statement.

The restaurant chain's popular Halloween dish includes one buttermilk pancake, a mouth made from whipped topping, a glazed strawberry nose, mini Oreo cookies for eyes and eight pieces of candy corn to be used as teeth.

Adults don't have to be left out of the Halloween fun; IHOP's famous pumpkin pancakes will also return to the menu in October.

Find your nearest IHOP location at ihop.com.

Chick-fil-A offering free breakfast next week

Chick-fil-A offering free breakfast next week

ATLANTA -- Chick-fil-A will host a Breakfast on Us promotion at select restaurants all next week.

From Sept. 9-14, Chick-fil-A customers can receive a free breakfast item with a valid voucher, which can be reserved and downloaded at chick-fil-aforbreakfast.com.

Free entrées include:

* Chicken biscuit
* Spicy chicken biscuit
* Sausage biscuit
* Chick-n-Minis (3)
* Chicken, egg and cheese bagel
* Bacon, egg and cheese biscuit
* Chicken breakfast burrito
* Sausage breakfast burrito
* Oatmeal
* Yogurt parfait

P.F. Chang's opens at Atlanta airport

P.F. Chang's opens at Atlanta airport

ATLANTA -- P.F. Chang's will open its first airport location at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport this week.

The 5,000 square-foot restaurant will open Tuesday on the upper level of Concourse A.

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It will open at 6:30 a.m. daily, and will be the only P.F. Chang's to serve breakfast. Early morning offerings include breakfast fried rice, bacon and eggs, and a Granny Smith apple smoothie.

World's first airport IHOP to land in Atlanta

World's first airport IHOP to land in Atlanta

ATLANTA -- Pancakes will soon be stacked like jets at the world's busiest airport.

California-based International House of Pancakes LLC, commonly called IHOP, plans to open its first airport location at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.

Slated to open Sept. 10, the new restaurant will take about 3,000 square feet in the airport's main atrium. It will be an IHOP Express, one of the company's newer concepts that caters to guests on the go, and will be open 24 hours a day.

Chick-fil-A opening second restaurant in Silicon Valley

Chick-fil-A opening second restaurant in Silicon Valley

ATLANTA -- Seven months after losing a bid to build a new restaurant in Mountain View, Calif., Chick-fil-A is taking its sandwiches four miles down the road ... to Sunnyvale.

It will be the Atlanta-based chain's second Silicon Valley location.

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Chick-fil-A media reps didn't return several calls seeking comment.

But the new franchise is a sure sign the company is still looking to establish a stronger foothold in that part of California.

The chain generated $4.6 billion in sales last year, up about 12 percent from $4.1 billion in 2011. It also opened 96 restaurants in 2012, bringing its count at the end of the year to 1,690 locations in 39 states and Washington, D.C.