“At World of Beer, we want to recognize and reward our educators for their work and devotion to shaping minds,” said Paul Avery, president and CEO of World of Beer. “We hope that teachers across the country pencil us into their plans on May 3 and join us in raising a glass to all their hard work.”
WOB has more than 75 taverns in 22 states. In Palm Beach County, the company has locations in Wellington and West Palm Beach.
Guests in Arizona, Texas, North Carolina, Ohio, Virginia and New York can get $5 off their check in lieu of a free beer.
Calling all Teachers! PDQ is honoring your dedication and hard work with a delicious freebie on Tuesday.
Teachers (with a valid Teacher ID from their school) will receive a FREE combo meal on Tuesday, May 3. The promotion includes the chain’s tasty 3-piece chicken tenders, a sandwich or a salad. There is a limit of one promotion per person.
McDonald’s restaurants in Palm Beach County and the Treasure Coast have a treat for local moms this Mother’s Day
Participating restaurants will give mothers a free breakfast on Sunday, May 8, 8-11 a.m.
Moms who are accompanied by a child will receive any breakfast sandwich and small beverage. There is no purchase necessary. The offer is available for dine-in only, and limited to one free offer per customer.
“We’re making it easy for children to show appreciation for Mom and to give her the best gift of all – time spent together,” said Steve Nisbet, McDonald’s owner operator. “It’s our treat as one more way to say, ‘We got you, Mom.’ ”
Among the free breakfast choices are McDonald’s iconic Egg McMuffin®, Egg White Delight McMuffin®, Sausage Burrito, and Bacon, Egg and Cheese McGriddles®, biscuit or bagel sandwiches. Moms can also enjoy a free small McCafé® coffee, orange juice or other beverage.
McDonald’s has 83 locations throughout the Palm Beach – Treasure Coast counties. Follow us on Twitter @mcd_palmbeach and download McDonald’s app for ongoing special offers: www.mcdonalds.com/app.
Restaurateur Tim Gannon, co-founder of Outback restaurant and creator of the “Bloomin’ Onion,” has a knack for knowing what people want to eat.
Now Gannon and son, Chris, are out with a new concept: Bolay, a hip, fun eatery opening in Wellington in February 2016. Bolay will open in the newly-built Buckingham Plaza at 250 S. State Road 7.
Bolay promises to be a fast-casual concept featuring bowls “packed with nutrient-rich super foods” and proteins.
Translation: Look for items such as gluten-free cilantro noodles, Peruvian quinoa and marinated kale and currant salad.
Featured vegetables include Paleo sprouts, smoky cauliflower and and maple-roasted butternut squash. Proteins will include tuna, spiced steak, lemon chicken and tofu.
The concept will allow people to walk through a line and direct a Bolay employee to include the desired food items.
The food is intended to be healthy, nutritious and loaded with energy. “We want people to feel good about what they’re about to compose and eat,” Tim Gannon said.
Bolay, in fact, is the polar-opposite of the heavy, fried meal. “We’re going to be food-coma free,” Chris Gannon quipped.
“Every molecule in the building is going to be healthy,” Tim Gannon added.
But taste is important, too. The Gannons hail from New Orleans, where flavor and spice are important. “As much as the Bloom’ Onion send you flavor-wise into a special place, we’ll do the same thing without the heavy feeling or caloric content,” Tim Gannon said.
Gannon, who now lives on Palm Beach, is a former Wellington resident and polo aficionado. He said Wellington is dedicated to being physical and healthy, making it a good fit for the first Bolay store.
But Gannon expects to expand quickly once open. He’d like to open in West Palm Beach and Palm Beach Gardens, and throughout South Florida. Franchising is an option down the road, too, he said.
For now, though, Tim Gannon said he’s happy to work with son, Chris, to get Bolay off the ground.
In addition to food, Bolay also will feature cold-pressed juices, wine and craft beer from nearby breweries, Chris Gannon said.
As much as possible, food will be locally sourced and seasonal, Chris added.
Chef Martin Oswald, former protégé of Wolfgang Puck, helped curate Bolay’s menu. Oswald is known for cooking food based on a Nutritarian diet, a way of eating based on food choices that maximize the micronutrients per calorie.
Tim Gannon expects the bowls to be priced from between $8 to $11 for lunch, and he said they will be large enough for people to save some to eat later for dinner, too.
Bolay will be open from 10:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. seven days a week. A grand opening date is not yet known but will be announced in the future.