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Patriot Delivery: More than Just Delivery



pizza-and-pasta-tyler-gresham-tx-bruno-s-pizza-and-pasta-hero11-2Pizza delivered to your house is nothing new and for some, it is a standard “I don’t feel like cooking” dinner. But for a long time I have not been able to get my favorite pizza delivered. Now, one of my favorite pizzas in town – Bruno’s – is available for delivery!

Yes, delivery from Bruno’s is now available via Patriot Delivery.

The Combo Pizza (the classic pizza with pepperoni, sausage, ham, hamburger, mushroom, green pepper, black olives, green olives, onion, jalapenos, and an option for anchovy) and a side of garlic cheese bread is a favorite way for my family to spend a lazy Sunday afternoon watching football.

Bruno’s offers wings, yummy sandwiches and several appetizers like boneless wings, hot wings, BBQ wings, fried cheese, fried mushrooms. Bruno’s offers yummy sandwiches, classic Italian dishes like lasagna, spaghetti, chicken alfredo too.

pariot-delivery-tyler-txWe love Bruno’s Muffuletta too! This classic sandwich is loaded with olive mix, ham, salami, provolone cheese, on toasted Italian bread.

Patriot will bring it all to your door plus you can pre-order it so that your Sunday afternoon is super easy. Be sure to get your order in before 3pm before Bruno’s closes early on Sundays.

Patriot Delivery also offers quick, easy and convenient delivery from: Janie’s Cakes (think office meetings!), Daniel Boone’s, Sake Sushi, The Diner, Cheng’s Bistro, Newk’s Eatery, Bruno’s Pizza and Pasta, Wok Box, What About Kabob’s, Dickey BBQ, Taj Mahal, and Kabob Lounge. You can pre-order delivery from Where’s Rufus, The Diner and Cork Food and Drink. Sometimes the hours each restaurant is open changes the delivery schedules.

To order, simply log on at, set-up a free account (they remember your favorites), then follow the simple steps to select your items in your order. On the website, it will give you an estimate of the delivery charge, ranging from 0.00 to 6.99 based on your zip code.

Patriot delivers to homes, businesses, hotels, as well as school campuses.

From their website, “Our standard delivery fee is depending on location and per restaurant for orders placed online. The delivery fee does not include gratuity for the delivery waiter. The average delivery time is 40 to 50 minutes. Delivery times vary based on traffic, the restaurant’s ability to prepare food, and weather conditions. We recommend that large orders be placed at least two hours in advance, but if you require a specific lunch time delivery, 24-hour notice is recommended.”

You can also have groceries delivered starting at $20.

Use the code “patriotfood” for your first order to get a discount!

If you need anything at all from Patriot or have any questions, please email them at  They will usually respond within a few minutes.  If needed, give them a call, (or a text), at (903)508-3833.

Corporate accounts can be set up where your business can receive a bill at the end of each billing cycle, too.

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Announcing…Dogtoberfest 2018


Dogtoberfest 2018:

Craft Beer and Cute Puppies Join For a Great Cause

Join the fun with your four-legged best friend October 27th (11am-7pm) at Dogtoberfest 2018!

Held at Juls Event Center, 7212 Old Jacksonville Hwy., Tyler, Dogtoberfest is the culmination of adoptable pets from local animal rescue groups, pet-related vendors, local live bands, restaurants and food trucks and craft breweries.

The Craft Beer tasting will take place indoors in the newly remodeled Juls Event Center!

The ultimate goal of the day is finding forever homes for as many homeless pets as possible.

They are currently seeking vendors, breweries, and more; applications are available online. For more info go to If you have questions about the event, contact:


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7th Annual Butterfly Hope Luncheon, November 1st


7th Annual Butterfly Hope Luncheon features Madison Cowan, First Winner of the Food Network Series “Chopped”

Thursday, November 1st  at 11:30 am at the Rose Garden Center (420 Rose Park Drive, Tyler), the Alzheimer’s Alliance of Smith County will hold it’s 7th annual Butterfly Hope Luncheon featuring Madison Cowan, an Alzheimer’s Advocate and first winner of the Food Network series Chopped. This annual event benefits the Alzheimer’s Alliance of Smith County.

Tickets for the 7th annual Butterfly Hope Luncheon go on sale September 10th for $75 per person. For more info call (903)509-8323 to reserve a seat or visit

Madison is a hands-on family man, cook, producer and storyteller with roots in London, Jamaica and Detroit. In 2004, after being awarded a four-star rating from The Times as executive chef of Ashbells in London’s West End, he established Madison Cowan LLC, a global culinary production company that oversees operations in licensing and consulting, television production and private dining that has reached throughout Africa, Europe, Japan and South America.

Madison has catered to jazz legend Lionel Hampton, singer and human rights activist Odetta, actors Halle Berry, Scarlett Johansson and Anthony Anderson, rapper and poet Mos Def, fashion icon Donna Karan, playwright Lanford Wilson, former NYC Mayor David Dinkins and former President Bill Clinton.

He credits his mother’s influence as the springboard to his culinary experience: “She made certain I knew my way round the kitchen and would never depend on anyone for a meal. Sage advice I now impart to my own child.”

In 2010 Food Network selected him as a contestant for their hit Primetime series Chopped where he competed and won three consecutive episodes to become the first ever Grand Champion. Following appearances on NBC’s Today Show and CBS This Morning, in April of 2012 he was victorious on Iron Chef America’s epic Battle Kale and co-starred in BBC America’s exciting travel series No Kitchen Required. Madison returned to television in late 2013 as a recurring judge in Food Network’s delectable series of chance, Kitchen Casino and currently features on multiple series such as Beat Bobby Flay, Guilty Pleasures, Worst Cooks in America, Chopped Junior and Guy’s Grocery Games.

Most notably, Madison’s charitable endeavors include advocating on behalf of both the Alzheimer’s Association and Alzheimer’s NYC in its quest to cure the dementia related disease, serving as culinary council member for Food Bank For New York City, a leader in the movement to end hunger and poverty and signing on with First Lady Michelle Obama’s Chefs Move To Schools initiative, which creates partnerships for professional chefs and public schools nationwide with the goal of solving childhood obesity within their communities by collaboratively educating children about food and healthy eating.

At the luncheon, Bishop Strickland will be honored with the Butterfly Hope Award for his steadfast leadership within the Alzheimer’s Alliance of Smith County for many years and his passion and commitment to the Alliance. Bishop Strickland has served on the Alliance Board and is now on the Alliance Advisory Council.

Sponsorships are available, please contact the Alliance office for more information. For more information regarding Alzheimer’s disease, Alliance programs & services or for volunteer opportunities please visit

About the Alzheimer’s Alliance of Smith County

Founded in 1982, the Alzheimer’s Alliance of Smith County is a local nonprofit organization committed to walking alongside all of those affected by Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias. Our services include personal consultations, education and awareness, caregiver support and resources, and brain health advocacy in Smith County.


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Fit City Tyler’s “Fit Bite Program” Grows

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Do you want to eat healthier when you are eating out? Fit City Tyler’s “Fit Bite Program” offers a current list of restaurants and their healthy menu options.

Participating restaurants are:

You can go online at and click each restaurant to view their menu items that qualify for placement into the “Fit Bite” Menu Recognition Program.

Look for the “Fit Bite” logo on window stickers, menu labels and informational posters. These will highlight the meats, fruits, vegetables and beverage options are prepared using any of these healthier cooking methods: grilled, broiled, baked, steamed, poached, roasted, sautéed or stewed.

​Any restaurant in the Tyler area can join the free “Fit Bite Program.” To enroll, go to For more info email Terrence Ates at

Fit City Tyler is a community wellness coalition that supports individuals, families, and businesses to create action toward adopting healthy lifestyles. The Fit City Tyler coalition consists of more than 100 local organizations: the media, hospitals, gyms, public and private schools, city and county government, community clinics, public health organizations, non-profits, restaurants, churches, health clubs, fitness gyms, CrossFit boxes, non-profit agencies and numerous community volunteers.

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