Join Isaac’s for a special night of fun, fellowship and food on Monday, November 3rd, from 5pm – 9pm. Breast cancer survivors or anyone currently fighting this disease will get a FREE Sandwich. This is for Dine-In customers only at all 18 Isaac’s locations.
Survivors or anyone currently fighting breast cancer just need to let their server know in order to get their Free Sandwich. There is a $10 maximum discount and the offer is not valid with any other offer, coupon or Community Night Fundraisers. It is valid only on 11/3/14 from 5pm – 9pm and is not valid on Takeout, Catering or Online Ordering.
Isaac’s will also announce that night the total donation from October’s “Think Pink! Think Isaac’s!” campaign benefiting PA Breast Cancer Coalition! So invite all your family and friends and come out to celebrate!
Just wanted to give you the heads up that we have some special “Birds” migrating to Isaac’s for the month of October. More details to follow!
Our popular $9.99 Meal Deal Menu will be ending on Sunday, September 28th. If you haven’t checked it out yet, you’ll want to make plans before the week is over!
Each $9.99 Meal Deal includes a selection from 6 sandwiches including: Ruffed Grouse, Finch, Hummingbird, Mockingbird, Hoopoe and Larkspur. Plus a cup of one of our made-from-scratch soups and a fountain beverage. All for only $9.99!
So hurry in to your favorite Isaac’s location today and try a $9.99 Meal Deal before they’re gone!
Isaac’s Fresh Local Corn Chowder is finally in season! A seasonal favorite since 2006, our popular corn chowder is made with locally-grown sweet corn. This year our corn will be harvested from Brook Lawn Farm Market, a family produce farm and roadside market located off Rt. 501 near Neffsville in the heart of Lancaster County. With over 100 acres in production, Brook Lawn Farm Market’s, sweet corn isn’t the only crop grown…they have strawberries, peaches, tomatoes, pumpkins…the list goes on.
The farm has been in the Erb family since 1938 and a roadside stand was started in 1954 which grew into a more permanent structure in 1960. Since then it has expanded into the market that’s there today. Brook Lawn Farm utilizes environmentally responsible production practices including reduced tillage and no-till operations, water-conserving drip irrigation systems and integrated pest management. The crops they grow are old standard varieties, including many heirlooms…and no GMO plants. Brook Lawn Farm Market is also a local employer. They have 32 seasonal employees (many are college and high school students) that work from April through the end of October with a core group that takes care of the farm year round.
I caught up with the current owner, James “Farmer Jim” Erb, last week for a tour of the farm and market. It was a great visit and I got to learn a great deal about the corn we’ll be getting for our chowder. Farmer Jim told me this year they have 25 – 30 acres of sweet corn which are composed of 10 different varieties starting with White-Out at the beginning of the season and ending with Argent. The corn is hand-picked…yes, that’s hand-picked…at 5:30 in the morning. Some is for the market, some for local organizations like churches and fire companies that use it in their soup sales…but a lot of it will end up at Isaac’s after it’s picked up by Kegel’s Produce to be husked, cleaned and cut off the cob!
As part of my tour, Farmer Jim demonstrated the right way to pick corn (extra bonus…I got to take the ears we picked home for dinner that night) and how the corn is so sweet you can taste it right there in the field! And the tour didn’t end with the corn fields…I got to go through the peach and plum orchards, too. Brook Lawn Farm Market has about 64 varieties of peaches…they’re one of the first in the area to have them and also one of the last. Another crop they grow a lot of is tomatoes…with 60 varieties of heirloom tomatoes. And don’t forget pumpkins and squash…over 100 varieties of those!
If you’re in the Lancaster area, be sure to stop by Brook Lawn Farm Market! They’re open Monday – Saturday. Visit their website at www.BrookLawnFarmMarket.com to learn more. And don’t miss out getting your share of Fresh Local Corn Chowder at your local Isaac’s while it’s in season!
For the upcoming 4th of July Weekend, Isaac’s will be showing our heartfelt gratitude to all active duty Military Personnel and Veterans by giving them a FREE Famous Grilled Sandwich! This offer will be valid July 4th thru 6th, when dining in-house at Isaac’s. It’s just our way of saying “Thank You!” to those who have helped preserve the freedom we’re celebrating with the 4th of July holiday.
No coupon will be necessary to receive this offer. Active Military Personnel and Veterans will simply need to show proof of service which can be one of the following: U.S. Uniformed Services ID Card, U.S. Uniformed Services Retired ID Card, current Leave and Earning Statement (LES), veteran’s organization card (i.e. American Legion, VFW), wearing a U.S. Military uniform, photograph of one’s self in a U.S. Military uniform, a DD214 and Citation or Commendation.
For more info visit our website or click HERE
National Nurses Week, celebrated May 6th – 12th, is being turned into Nurses Appreciation Week by Isaac’s to show our gratitude for a special group of people who take such good care of us when we’re sick! Nurses who come into Isaac’s and show their work i.d. during May 6th – 12th will get $3 Off their favorite sandwich or large green salad.
In addition to offering a great deal, Isaac’s is giving others the chance to thank nurses all across South Central PA with their “Thank A Nurse!” Facebook Contest from May 1st – 11th! It’s real easy…go on to Isaac’s Facebook Page and click on the Nurses Contest Button. Submit an entry to nominate a team of nurses you think deserve a treat from Isaac’s! Then get all your friends to vote for your nomination. The top 3 entries with the most votes will each win a 10-person Isaac’s Catering for the nurses nominated in the entry. How cool is that!
Winning entries will be announced on Monday, May 12th…which just happens to be Florence Nightingale’s Birthday! So help us spread the word about Nurses Appreciation Week at Isaac’s and enter the “Thank A Nurse!” Facebook Contest, too! Be sure to use #ThankANurse and #IsaacsLovesNurses when you post and Tweet!
Didjaknow that Administrative Professionals Week got it’s start back in 1952? Back then it was called National Secretaries Week. And it was actually celebrated in June…that got changed to the last full week in April starting in 1955. Then it went through 2 name changes…the 1st was Professional Secretaries Week in 1981 and finally in 2000 it was changed to Administrative Professionals Week.
With more than 4.1 million Administrative Assistants in the U.S., Administrative Professionals Week is celebrated all across the country and provides the opportunity for employers to show appreciation for all the hard work their administrative staffs do with flowers, candy and gift cards. But I think the luckiest Administrative Professionals are those who get treated to Isaac’s!
If you’re an employer reading this, then you’re going to want to click HERE to check out the deals on our website for Administrative Professionals Week, including a BOGOF with Beverage Purchase valid for Monday & Tuesday (4/21 & 4/22) and a catering coupon valid all week long.
If you’re an administrative professional reading this, print out the coupons on our website and slide them in with paperwork on your boss’s desk…a little hint never hurts! You deserve a perfect Administrative Professionals Week…kick it off with Isaac’s!
Isaac’s “Get Soup! Give Soup!” campaign wrapped up last month and we are happy to announce that were able to donate 975 gallons of our wonderful made-from-scratch soup to people in need all across South Central Pennsylvania…and it was all because of YOU!
For every 100 cups of soup customers purchased during January and February, we donated a gallon soup to local soup kitchens and shelters. With all the snow and cold temperatures we had during those months, those 975 gallons of soup were greatly appreciated!
And the giving isn’t over yet…many of our locations connected with new organizations that our employees want to volunteer with. For every hour an Isaac’s employee volunteers, $3 is donated to the organization they were volunteering for! We also have Community Night Fundraisers scheduled for some of the organizations we helped, too! How cool is that!?
Stay tuned for even more wonderful news about our volunteering and fundraising efforts and again, thank you for helping us help those in need!
We’re half-way through our “Get Soup! Give Soup!” campaign and so far Isaac’s has donated 537 gallons of soup to those in need all over South Central Pennsylvania. For every 100 cups of soup we sell during January and February, we’ll donate one gallon of soup to a local soup kitchen or shelter.
Keep track of how much soup we’re donating by visiting our “Get Soup! Give Soup!” section on our website! And be sure to buy soup and help us help those in need!
Due to the icy weather, some Isaac’s locations will be opening at Noon today, February 5th. We do have many locations opening at their regular scheduled time of 10am. They are: Rossmoyne Business Center in Mechanicsburg and Greenfield, Granite Run, Centerville and Downtown in the Lancaster area. Strasburg in Lancaster County is also opening at it’s regular time of 10am.
Lititz and Hershey Isaac’s will both be opening at 10:45am and our Paxton Street, East York and Ephrata locations will be opening at 11am. Wyomissing Isaac’s will be opening at 11:45am.
Silver Spring Isaac’s in Mechanicsburg will be open for Takeout at 11am and then their dining room will be open at Noon.
All other Isaac’s locations will open at Noon.
Check out our Facebook Page for postings on openings and other fun info. And for a listing of all our locations click HERE.