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$20 Dinner for 2 Including An Appetizer & 2 Full-Size Entrees. Price Does Not Include Beverage Or Tax. Excludes Hawaii And Alaska Locations. Appetizer And Entree Availability May Vary. No coupon is required to receive this price.
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About Chili'sChili's Grill & Bar is a chain of casual dining restaurant featuring American cuisine Tex-Mex-style. The company was founded by Larry Levine at Texas in 1975 and is currently owned and operated by Brinker International.Chili first location, a converted postal station on Greenville Ave. Vickery Meadows area of Dallas, Texas, opened in 1975. Original Chili on Greenville Ave. moved to a new building on the same site in 1981 before moving again in 2007.
Lavine concept was to create a restaurant full service dining with an informal menu of different types of burgers are offered at an affordable price. The brand has been successful, and until early 1980 has 28 locations in the area Chili, all similar to Southwest decor.
In 1983, Lavine sell the company to run a restaurant Norman E. Brinker, former member of the group that owned Pillsbury Bennigan.
In 2015, Chili will open its largest restaurant in the world in Tunisia followed by four other holes in the next 3 years horizon.In addition to their regular menu, the company offers a nutritious menu, Allergen menu and vegetarian menu. They also offer a vegetarian burger (not fasting) which is provided by the company Kellogg. "Chili (Welcome to Chili!)" As an advertising jingle used in commercials Chili restaurant presentation, promoting the restaurant's line of baby back ribs. Advertisements doo-wop quartet singing with a cappella. The song was written by Guy Bommarito and produced by Tom Faulkner Productions for GSD & M Advertising of Austin, Texas. Faulkner sing "I want my baby back, baby back, baby back ..." as well as the melodic theme. Abyss "Bar-BQ Sauce" was sung by the famous singer Bass New York, Willie McCoy. Advertising Age magazine named the first song on the list of "10 songs likely be stuck in your head the most" in 2004.