What’s new at old standbys?

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For a limited time, Subway is offering their Sweet ‘n Smoky Steak & Guac Signature wrap with guajillo mesquite sauce.  Subway also offers a small selection of $4.99 foot long subs every day: veggie delite, cold cut combo and meatball marinara.

Subway is located in Mint Hill village near Town Hall.


Wendy’s is currently promoting the new Harvest Chicken Salad, which features grilled chicken, red and green apples, feta cheese, brown sugar walnuts and applewood smoked bacon topped with an apple cider vinaigrette.  For a limited time, Wendy’s is also offering $.50 frosties and $2.99 kids meals all day every day.

Wendys is located in Mint Hill Pavilion near Harris Teeter.

Jersey Mike’s

Did you know that kids eat free at Jersey Mike’s on Wednesday nights?  From 4:00 pm to 9:00 pm, kids 8 and under get a kids sub, fountain drink and choice of chips or cookie with each regular or giant sub purchased.  On Tuesdays, everyone can take advantage of the “Super Special Tuesday” deal: a regular sub, chips and 22 oz. fountain drink for just $7.49. For those with gluten sensitivities, Jersey Mike’s now offers gluten-free subs made with Udi’s sub rolls.

Jersey Mike’s is located in Mint Hill Pavilion next to Sherwin Williams.

Papa John’s

Papa John’s has some great deals just in time for tailgating season: large 3-topping pizzas for $8.99, large 2-topping carry out pizzas for $7.99, and 2 large 2-topping pizzas for $20.00.  Check out their newest pizza, the “Italian Hero,” a pie with creamy Italian sauce, sausage, pepperoni, roma tomatoes, banana peppers, onions and four cheeses.

Papa John’s is located in Mint Hill Pavilion near Harris Teeter.


On August 28, Starbucks’ iconic fall drinks made an early debut.  At the Mint Hill Harris Teeter this fall, enjoy the fall flavors of pumpkin spice and salted caramel, available as both iced and hot beverages and frappuccino.  A new drink you’ll find at Starbucks this fall is the cordusio, an espresso rich, hot beverage topped with cacao powder. Starbucks also has several new menu items for the fall: apple cider donuts, maple pecan muffins, and pumpkin scones.  They’ve even got a few new things for kids: fanciful cat cake pops and owl sugar cookies.


This fall, Zaxby’s aims to be the official chicken of college football!  Order your Zaxby’s favorites ahead of time for your tailgate on the website or in the app.  Zaxby’s is also bringing southern flavor to their menu this fall with new hand-breaded buttermilk fried chicken fillet meals.

Zaxby’s is located in Mint Hill Commons near Publix.


Marco’s offers everyday value year round with one of their most popular deals, 2 medium 2-topping pizzas for $6.99 each.

Marco’s is located in Mint Hill Commons near Publix.


Showmars has been in Mint Hill for a long time, but there are a few things you may not know about the “Southern-Greek” Carolinas-based chain.  On Tuesday nights, kids 12 and under eat half price from 4:00 pm until closing. In addition to lunch and dinner, Showmars also serves breakfast!  “Best place for breakfast, believe it or not, is Showmars!” says Judy Taylor. “Their special is 2 eggs, any meat, grits or hashbrowns, toast or biscuit.  With coffee, it’s about $6.00!”

Showmars is located in Mint Hill Festival next to the library.

Burger King

Burger King has a couple of spicy new offerings this fall: jalapeno spicy crispy chicken and the jalapeno king.  They also have a brand new salted caramel shake for the fall. Always popular at BK is the $3.49 meal deal, the 2 for $10.00 meal deal and the 2 for $6 mix and match.

Burger King is located in Mint Hill Festival near Showmars.

Dunkin Donuts

Play “Sip.  Peel. Win.” this fall with a large or extra-large pumpkin spice or maple pecan coffee.  Both flavors are available hot or iced. Dunkin’ Donuts has several new fall menu items: pumpkin donuts and muffins as well as festive donuts iced for fall and Halloween.  Baskin Robbins expects to have a pumpkin ice cream flavor soon.

Dunkin’  Donuts is located near the corner of 51 and Lawyers.
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Mary Beth Foster
Mary Beth Foster works part time as an essay specialist at Charlotte Latin School and full time as a mom to her five-year-old daughter Hannah and her two-year-old son Henry. Prior to having children, she worked as a high school English teacher for nine years. Most recently, she chaired the English department at Queen's Grant High School. She and her husband have lived in Mint Hill with their children and their cats since 2011. Email: marybeth@minthilltimes.com