Roy’s Restaurant, the upscale American restaurant that specializes in Hawaiian and Japanese fusion cuisine with a focus on seafood, steak and sushi, introduced three new entrees that highlight sustainably sourced products ranging from the farm to the sea.
TGI Fridays goal to completely overhaul its menu by the end of 2018 hit another milestone Wednesday (February 7). The casual-dining brand debuted its new Fire-Grilled Meats at all locations, meaning more than half of the menu is now revamped.
Starting Friday, guests at Buffalo Wild Wings can ask for some bling with their wings.In honor of the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang County, South Korea, Buffalo Wild Wings is offering a one-of-a-kind gold topping, which can be sprinkled on any boneless or traditional wing order, regardless of the sauce.
Just in time for the big game, Olive Garden’s newest appetizer is “Loaded Pasta Chips.” What looks like lasagna noodles are cut chip-sized, then fried and topped with Italian cheeses, meat sauce, cherry peppers, and an alfredo drizzle.
California Pizza Kitchen has celebrated many “pizza firsts” over the years, from inventing the iconic Original BBQ Chicken Pizza in 1985, to becoming the first national restaurant to offer gluten-free crust on its menu in 2013.
In honor of the New England and Philadelphia football teams, Zinburger Wine & Burger Bar, the upscale burger brand offering gourmet burgers combined with perfectly paired wine selections, will be offering two Big Game specials—The G.
Wahlburgers, the better burger restaurant brand founded by Chef Paul Wahlberg along with brothers Donnie Wahlberg and Mark Wahlberg, has launched the Impossible Burger, now available nationwide throughout all participating Wahlburgers locations.
Huddle House announced Monday a complete revamp to the sandwich section of its menu, with the new addition of Two-Hand Sandwiches at select locations across the country.With a savory new sandwich to meet every type of craving and flavor profile, guests can choose from any of the following flavorful Two-Hand Sandwiches, all of which are served with a choice of French fries, sweet potato fries or tater tots:Crispy Chicken Club: Served on a toasted brioche bun, this sandwich consists of Crispy chicken breast (or grilled, if you prefer) piled high with Applewood smoked bacon, cheddar cheese, fresh lettuce, tomato, pickle chips and chipotle mayo.
Shoney’s, which celebrated its 70th anniversary in 2017 of being America’s Favorite Dinner Table, is giving America permission after the holiday spending to go out to dinner—and lunch—again, as it is featuring its popular Perfect Pairing offering at participating locations for a limited time.
Romacorp, Inc., the parent company of Tony Roma’s, is letting guests take a bite out of the future with its “New Classics” limited-edition menu, featuring dishes based on classic favorites, infused with new, fresh and delicious flavors.
With a single bite, comfort foods bring back warm memories of dishes from our childhoods. This transportable quality is still reflected in full-service restaurants, but with a modern twist that fits the more sophisticated palates of modern-day diners.
Restaurant fads arrive almost daily these days. Ramen and Asian fusion are in, restaurant kiosks proliferate, and tablet eateries, executed without servers, are spiking, and The New Yorker recently profiled a “pan-Soviet fusion” eatery located in, where else, Brooklyn? But there’s one trusty standby that never seems to fade: the classic steakhouse.
Executive Chef Marc Hennessy is adding breakfast to the already stellar dinning program at RARE Steak and Seafood. Located just steps from the White House, the Tavern at RARE is the perfect place to enjoy a hearty breakfast and coffee during the work week.