Chili’s Grill & Bar is one of our favorite restaurants, we go there for birthdays, anniversaries or for an-end-of-the-week treat. As a matter of fact, my wife and I have been visiting the same Chili’s Grill & Bar restaurant location since we began dating in our early 20’s. Recently, my family and I, were invited by Chili’s to visit one of their local Miami restaurants to enjoy their delicious new menu items.
The times we have been at Chili’s are countless and ’til this day, I can’t think of anything on their menu that I don’t like. I can certainly say that one thing that you will always find in our order are Chili’s chips and salsa and of course, one of their signature burgers. If you are not into Chips and salsa, you can give the new Chili’s White Spinach Queso, Crispy Cheddar Bites or Smoked Wings appetizers a go. On our last visit, the boys decided to go with the new Cheeseburger bites and our daughter went with the golden and delicious Mac ‘n Cheese from the Chili’s Kids menu.
The Chili’s kids menu offers a great selection of items for the kids from burgers, chicken fingers, ribs, steaks, sides, dessert and drinks. I like that their kids menu is perfectly filled with puzzles, games and activities to keep them entertained while parents place their order and enjoy their drinks.
Recently, Chili’s added a few more offering to the Fresh Tex top shelf tacos section of their menu, including Ranchero Chicken, Pork Carnitas, Grilled Fish and Spicy Shrimp Tacos. On this visit, my wife decided to go with the Ranchero Chicken Tacos which are deliciously seasoned chicken over jack cheese and topped with chimichurri sauce, house-made pico de gallo, sliced avocado, chopped chilantro & queso fresco and served with a citrus-chile rice & black beans. “Simply delicious” is how she described these tacos.
Chili’s Lighter Choices offerings have also undergone a few additions, such as the Ancho Salmon and 6 oz. Classic Sirloin with Grilled Avocado. Since I love steaks, I decided to go with the Classic Sirloin with Grilled Avocadoes. This 100% USDA Choice sirloin steak is delectably topped with grilled avocado slices, a side of garlic roasted tomatoes topped with chopped cilantro and a fresco salad. This steak is as good as it looks, it is exactly what I expected from a Chili’s menu item.
Finally, what is an outing without dessert? To finish off our meal, we decided to order Chili’s Skillet Chocolate Chip Cookie. This Oven-baked chocolate chip cookie is topped with vanilla ice cream & drizzled with hot fudge. It was exactly what we needed to end our mouthwatering, tasty and flavorful meals.
“My Chili’s Rewards”: Rewards You Can Really Taste.
Speaking of dessert and appetizers. Did you know that Chili’s has a new customer loyalty program, My Chili’s Rewards, where you can earn points towards free menu items? Recently launched, the “My Chili’s Rewards” loyalty program, is unlike any other casual dining loyalty program. This new loyalty program gives you complete control over what and when you want to redeem your points. Plus, to get you started, when you sign up for the free program you earn 60 points. Further more, with this new program you will receive a free appetizer or dessert on your birthday.
How does the program work?
To get started, all you have to do is head on over to the “My Chili’s Rewards” Webpage here and join the program. You can also joint the “My Chili’s Reward” right from your table at any Chili’s on their Ziosk tablet and start earning points on your order.
My Chili’s Rewards
How you earn points & redeem them?
Once you join, for every $1.00 you spent at any participating Chili’s location, you receive 1 point (excludes alcohol, tax and gratuity). Points can then be redeemed for almost any Chili’s menu item any day or time of the week. To increase your reward, you can participate in challenges for extra points, like trying the latest menu item or referring a friend.
What are you waiting for? Sign up for My Chili’s Rewards for free today and get your first 60 points.
Disclosure: This is a sponsored review written by me on behalf of Chili’s Restaurants. The expressed opinions above are my own and not influenced by anything or anyone. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.