New Ingredients, Homemade Prepared Salads and New Dressings
Provide a Guilt-Free Indulgence
PITTSBURGH – July 15, 2013 – Guests have often referred to the Salad Bar at Eat’n Park Restaurants (www.eatnpark.com) as the best in the region for its fresh, local produce; ripe, hand-cut fruit, and homemade soups. Just wait until they taste the new additions!
“Our guests love our Salad Bar – in fact, it’s the most popular item on our menu,” says Kevin O’Connell, Senior Vice President, Marketing, Eat’n Park Restaurants. “Now that we’ve expanded our selections with even more focus on freshness and flavor we had to rename it. It’s no longer simply a Salad Bar; now it’s the Soup, Salad, and Fruit Bar.”
Here’s what’s new:
New Freshly-Prepared Salads (rotated throughout the week)
• Waldorf Salad (Sunday)
• Couscous & Black Bean (Monday)
• Tomato and Cucumber (Tuesday)
• Grilled Marinated Vegetables (Wednesday)
• Couscous (Thursday)
• Macaroni (Friday)
• Potato (Saturday)
New Salad Ingredients
• Three types of greens everyday: mixed greens and a rotation of spinach, Romaine and spring mix
• Mandarin oranges
• Dried cranberries
• Corn and black bean salsa
• Citrus Lime Vinaigrette
• Red Wine Vinaigrette
The new additions are featured alongside the abundant fresh-cut fruit, house-made breads and homemade soups that are all long-time favorites. Eat’n Park guests can order the Soup, Salad, and Fruit Bar as an entrée for $7.99 or as an addition to their meal for $2.25 (in place of a side).
The new Soup, Salad, and Fruit Bar begins in all Eat’n Park restaurants today.