PlumpJack Group, a San Francisco-based hospitality company, opened Pendulum, the first newly built restaurant to Colorado’s Vail Village in eight years, in December. In addition, the group also re-opened a Vail favorite, White Bison, which features an updated menu, a new cocktail program, and an interior renovation.
All-Purpose Pizzeria will offer a takeout special on Super Bowl Sunday. The special, which costs $40 and serves four to six people, is a Two Foot Italian Hoagie on house made bread with mortadella, capicola, pepperoni, prosciutto, shredded Lettuce, tomato, onion, salt & pepper, oregano, oil and vinegar.
O’Charley’s, a popular regional restaurant company with locations across 20 states, announced the debut of its new advertising campaign. The campaign seeks to bring awareness to the company’s core pillars—quality, value, experience, and relationships—and how O’Charley’s is committed to delivering southern hospitality to the everyday dining experience.
Olive Garden is introducing the next phase in “never ending” with its new Never Ending Classics promotion. Available in restaurants now, the new limited-time offer gives guests unlimited servings of their most loved Olive Garden menu items, starting at $11.
All Ben’s Kosher Delicatessen Restaurant & Caterers locations, from the “New York Island” all the way to Boca Raton, Florida, are offering the $3.99 Ben’s Kids Meal Deal with a purchase of a regular priced adult sandwich or entrée.
Carmello’s of Historic Manassas, Virginia, is turning 30 on February 6. In celebration, Carmello’s will offer 30 percent off all food from February 6 through February 12, located at 9108 Center Street in Manassas.
Whether you find these innovations inspirational or aspirational, they represent ideas and practices on the rise. Some are already moving into mainstream settings—applicable for operators with one location or hundreds, in casual to fine dining.
Friendly’s, the operator of over 260 restaurants in 14 states, introduced Bottomless Pancakes to its breakfast menu for the first time in the brand’s 81-year history.Additionally, Friendly’s restaurants will continue to serve families an exceptional morning value by permanently offering an unbeatable 50 percent Off Breakfast deal at each restaurant location, available Monday through Friday during regular breakfast hours.
Independent family or “neighborhood” restaurants once again have the chance to win a $50,000 grand prize in the 3rd annual Neighborhood to Nation Recipe Contest from General Mills Foodservice, which officially kicks off Thursday.
In true Chinese New Year tradition, P.F. Chang’s is spreading good luck and fortune across the U.S. by giving away more than one million prize-filled red envelopes now through February 2. Inside each red envelope, restaurant guests will find a special Chinese New Year offer.
From January 5 through February 5, On The Border is now offering 20 percent off online orders of $100 or more, making it perfect for planning a party for college championships, pro playoffs, or the Big Game itself.
IHOP announced the return of All You Can Eat Pancakes, which lets guests dig into unlimited orders of its freshly made, world-famous Buttermilk Pancakes for a great price, throughout the entire month of January.
Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington announced that The 35th Annual RAMMY Awards will return to the Walter E. Washington Convention Center on July 30. Award nominations are now open through February 3, kicking off a full season that celebrates the region’s outstanding restaurants.
Ken Peters and the team at Nocturnal Branding turned in a 149-page report—on 13-by-19-inch paper—to Macayo’s. If that seems a bit excessive, consider this: That’s just a shade over two pages for every year the legendary Arizona Mexican chain has been open.
TGI Fridays is making it easy to stay in and chill by partnering with FandangoNOW to give some hungry film fans a free movie rental with every online order of $25 or more. Date night or family night, Fridays makes staying cozy at home with a flick and a meal as easy as one click.