After a devastating fire destroyed their East Hollywood kitchen a year ago, Marinate has reopened downtown for delivery and curbside pickup, serving up the same stoner dishes like their signature pressure cooked sweet Hawaiian chicken, root beer beef and chipotle pulled pork tacos, plates and sloppy sliders. The Thai tofu plate with veggie crack and sundried tomato penne is back as well as the hot mess wrap stuffed with Flaming Hot Cheetos, veggie crack, rice, pickles and choice of protein.

Today is  National Burger Day, and Farmer Boys are celebrating by giving away 2,000 Big Cheese burgers.  The first 2,000 guests who visit their local Farmer Boys on today and scan their receipt in Farmer Boys’ Very Important Farmer (VIF) app will be given a free Big Cheese offer to use on their next visit.

Cassell’s Hamburgers has a truck at Rancho Park Golf Course available daily from 9 a.m.-6 p.m., serving their signature burgers as well as the newly added Rancho Club, with roast turkey breast, lettuce, tomato, house mayo, Dijon and choice of Beeler’s bacon or avocado, served on a choice  of L.A. Hearth Bakery white or wheat bread.

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To kick off the partnership between sweetgreen and DoorDash, sweetgreen is offering customers $5 off any sweetgreen plates ordered on DoorDash with promo code SGPLATES from May 27 through June 2. Menu items include herby fish and rice with roasted steelhead, pickled carrots, celery, basil, cilantro, tomatoes, roasted almonds, warm wild rice, cauliflower rice and green goddess ranch as well as chicken chimichurri and hot honey chicken with, hot roasted sweet potatoes, warm quinoa and kale-cabbage slaw.

Rossoblu will be celebrates its third anniversary on June 7 and is offering a special  $49 menu that will be available Thursday-Saturday, this week and next;, available for pickup on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday only, May 28-30 and June 4-6.

Starting today through Monday, June 1, all Norms locations will be offering two free New York steaks with any $20 purchase as a way to help the community combat the current fresh beef shortage. The steaks are hand cut in-house by Norms chefs on a daily basis and are uncooked. Orange County and Riverside County locations will officially reopen on Saturday and the  promo will be available to dine in guests at those locations as well. Guests whose orders reach $20 or more will be given the steaks at the end of their meal.

This week’s theme at Ike’s Love & Sandwiches is The Last Dance, the Netflix miniseries revolving around the career of Michael Jordan. For only $5 with the purchase of a regular sandwich, score the “Michael Jordan” with meatballs, marinara and pepper jack cheese. The “Shut The Chuck Up” comes with veggie bacon, buffalo fry sauce and American cheese. Both sandwiches are available at checkout on the Ike’s app. Delivery is free when you order on the Ike’s app.


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