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IT’S BEGINNING TO SOUND A LOT LIKE KISSMAS AT ROCK & BREWS

rock-and-brewsRock-Inspired Restaurant Co-founded by Rock Icons Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley Will Offer Menu Specials, Holiday Music & Décor for 12 Days in December 

LOS ANGELES (December 6, 2016) – Jingle bells are rockin’ and KISSmas is rollin’ at Rock & Brews locations throughout Los Angeles, Orange & Riverside Counties this holiday season. The rock-inspired restaurant, co-founded by KISS front men Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons, will share in the spirit of giving with their annual 12 days of KISSmas specials. Guests can revel in the festivities with special offers on brews, delicious appetizers and Rock & Brews’ merchandise from December 12-23 at participating Rock & Brews locations. 

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Featured KISSmas menu specials include: 

  • Free kids’ meal with the purchase of an adult entrée
  • Three free pizza toppings
  • Free onion rings with the purchase of an entrée
  • Free garlic cheese fries with the purchase of an entrée
  • Free jalapeño poppers with the purchase of an entrée
  • Free Bavarian Pretzel with the purchase of an entrée
  • Free purple rain drops with the purchase of an entrée

To compliment the festivities, KISSmas beer and cocktail specials will include half-off select draught brews, $4 local beer flights, 2-for-1 select draught brews and 2- for-1 Bloody Mary’s. And for those looking to share the gift of rock and roll, Rock & Brews will offer $10 t-shirts. 

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For more information about KISSmas at your local Rock & Brews location:

About Rock & Brews:

Rock & Brews is a one-of-a-kind, rock-inspired restaurant and entertainment concept designed to engage people of all ages with quality comfort food and local favorites, a broad selection of craft and international beers, and an energized environment that is reminiscent of being at a family-friendly music event.  Founded by rock icons Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley of KISS, along with partners, restaurateur Michael Zislis and concert industry veterans Dave and Dell Furano, the first Rock & Brews opened near Los Angeles International Airport in Southern California in April of 2012.  Each of the brand’s 20 locations in the United States and Mexico boasts a “Great Wall of Rock,” iconic rock art, concert trusses and lighting and multiple flat screens sharing some of the greatest rock concert moments of all time.  Most offer a play area for kids and many are dog friendly.  For more information, please visit www.rockandbrews.com.

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