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Today is National Pie Day!

Stop in for a slice of your favorite pie and celebrate with us!

We are also offering a $5 coupon for online orders.

HAPPY PIE DAY!!!!!!

 

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How to get free stuff at Rock Springs Cafe

7 Ways to get FREE stuff at ROCK SPRINGS CAFE!

Seven ways to get free stuff at Rock Springs Cafe.

Seven ways to get free stuff at Rock Springs Cafe.

1. Bring us a story and pictures.

Bring us a story and pictures of your memory at Rock Springs Cafe and get a $25 gift card. (Story and pics must date pre 2006)

2. Join the Pie Club

Get your punch card and earn a free slice of pie on your 10th slice!

3. Sign up for our newsletter

You’ll receive a coupon for a free slice with a $10 or more purchase. Sign up here

4. Fill up at The GAs Depot

Fill up your tank (10 gallons or more), at the Rock Springs Gas Depot and receive a voucher for a free slice!

5. Book an event

Host your next event on our Garden Springs Patio and receive a $100 gift certificate. Click here or call 602-258-5088 for booking info.

6. Get Saucy!

Bring in a unique, unopened bottle of hot sauce or BBQ sauce to add to our “Sauce Wall of Fame”. If we don’t already have it you get a $25 gift certificate. (Limit 1 per customer)

7. Name the Bear

Help us name our friendly polar bear and get a $25 gift certificate. Contest ends Dec 31. Prize awarded January 16

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Channel 10 visits Rock Springs and Cory goes nuts!

AZ Family – Day Trippin’ to Rock Springs Cafe

Gina Maravilla from Good Morning Arizona came down to visit us at Rock Springs Cafe for a little Day Trippin’.

azfamily.com 3TV | Phoenix Breaking News, Weather, Sport

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in the news. “Pies are safe”

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The Arizona Republic wrote a nice story about Rock Springs Cafe letting everyone know that the “Pies are safe”.

Read full story on azcentral.com

Rock Springs Cafe Dates back to 1918 – AZ Central

“Cars speed by Rock Springs Cafe on Interstate 17 at 75 mph, but on a recent morning a roadrunner with a lizard in its beak was in no hurry to cross the frontage road.”

Read the rest of the story here.