Moms Eat Free This Easter at Arooga’s® Grille House & Sports Bar
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Moms Eat Free This Easter at Arooga’s® Grille House & Sports Bar

April 11, 2017 // // HARRISBURG, Penn. - Arooga’s Loves Mom every day of the year and on Easter at Arooga’s, Moms will eat for free.

On Easter Sunday, April 16, 2017, Arooga’s Grille House & Sports Bar is inviting Moms to Eat Free at all 10 of its Central Pennsylvania locations and its franchise restaurant in Patchogue, New York. For the entire day, Moms can Eat Free with a purchase of equal or greater value (kids eat free at locations in Uncasville, CT and Warwick, RI).

“If you’re looking for a great place to grab an awesome meal, and even a free meal for Mom, then Arooga’s is the spot for you," said Gary Huether, Jr., co-founder and president of Arooga’s. "We have a great menu that’s sure to please everyone, and we even have our amazing new weekend brunch at select locations.

Arooga's believes that better ingredients not only make for healthier cuisine, but create better-tasting items. To that end, Arooga's "egg hunt" doesn't stop with Easter. Arooga’s sources cage-free eggs, antibiotic-free chicken, and other cleaner alternatives for its uniquely delicious take on both novel and classic dishes all year round.

All Arooga’s locations are accredited through the GREAT Kitchens Gluten-Free Training Program of Beyond Celiac More than 50 of Arooga’s menu items are gluten-free or offer gluten-free options, including several beers and ciders.

Items include 10 “no-antibiotic-ever” Wagyu burger options, several salads, and appetizers such as their Chicken-Free Chicken Strips and Buffalo Chicken Dip. Arooga’s menu is known for its transition to organic and all-natural ingredients. Every day, Arooga’s features fresh, clean ingredients, no antibiotic ever chicken breasts, and numerous USDA Organic items. Arooga’s has also transitioned all of its soups and dips to have no artificial ingredients and be preservative free.

Arooga’s Moms Eat Free (with purchases of equal or greater value. Kids eat free in Uncasville, CT and Warwick, RI) offer is not applicable toward daily food specials and cannot be used in conjunction with other promotional offers or discounts. Offer is dine-in only and beverage is not included in the offer. Beverage must be purchased to qualify for discount and there is a limit of one discount per check. Arooga’s locations in Mechanicsburg, Pa, Camp Hill, Pa, Shippensburg, Pa, Harrisburg, Pa (Allentown Blvd and Downtown locations), Lancaster, Pa, and Patchogue, NY open on Sundays at 10 a.m. for brunch, featuring a menu which includes breakfast/brunch fares such as made to order omelets, Snickers Pancakes, Captain Crunch French Toast, and more.

Since opening its first restaurant in Harrisburg, PA in 2008, Arooga’s has strived to offer its guests the ultimate sports bar experience by offering the latest trends in technology and service, and has also paved the way for sports bars everywhere to offer guests healthy dining alternatives by sourcing clean ingredients that are free of antibiotics and hormones, and in many cases certified organic. In addition to 10 corporate locations in Central Pennsylvania, Arooga’s currently has three franchise locations in operation, with locations in New Jersey, New York, Florida, and Massachusetts currently under development.

About Arooga’s

Arooga's Grille House & Sports Bar is an innovative full-service casual restaurant and bar with a sports and entertainment focus that combines exceptional food and beverages, with unique concepts, and proprietary operational strategies. Arooga's Grille House & Sports Bar was founded in July 2008, and currently has franchise agreements for nearly 100 locations in the Eastern U.S. Arooga’s offers franchising opportunities for their “unique sports and entertainment restaurant & bar” concept to qualified multi-unit candidates. For more information, visit, or contact Keith Swade, Director of Franchise Development at

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