Queso Blanco becomes third menu item to pass stage gate Chipotle is turning up the Queso on its menu, expanding the coveted menu item to all restaurants in the United […]
More steak choices, larger Thunderbird cut, new Beyond Meat option add choice for guests Quaker Steak and Lube launched a new menu to start the year. The casual-dining chain offers […]
Firebirds introduces bolder flavors for winter Firebirds Wood Fired Grill Winter Features menu launched today. New, featured additions include Crispy Chicken Sandwich, French Onion and Mushroom Sliced Steak. In addition, […]
Springer Mountain Farms source of all-natural BurgerFi chicken BurgerFi Fi’ed Chicken Tenders rolled out and expands the fast casual’s chicken menu with. Its chicken lineup already includes the Fi’ed Chicken […]
In new selections, chain taps gourmet fry trend Boston’s Pizza Restaurant and Sports Bar introduced new gourmet fry offerings at its restaurants. The chain’s collection of cheese fries, it announced, […]
Eight new dishes added with IHOP Crispy Chicken menu IHOP added Buttermilk Crispy Chicken to the menu. The new addition is made with all-natural chicken breast in a seasoning blend, […]
Little Big Burger, American Burger Company, BGR add meatless option Little Big Burger, American Burger Company and BGR – Burgers Grilled Right will be serving Beyond Meat on their menus […]
Double Eagle Steakhouse adds Alaskan King Crab Cocktail, Salmon Crudo, Lobster Tails The Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse bar menu has powered up with new additions, including Alaskan King Crab […]
Wendy’s adds three new Made to Crave sandwiches to menu Wendy’s announced launching a new Made to Crave Chicken Menu. Avocado BLT, S’Awesome Bacon Chicken and Barbecue Chicken form the […]
The Southwest Chicken Chipotle Club is one of three LTO sandwiches Subway Restaurants debuted a new lineup of club sandwiches, breaking from tradition, the sandwich chain announced. The Subway Club […]
Cold Brew Coffee Shake, AvoToast added to spring menu as LTOs A Potbelly AvoToast and Cold Brew Coffee Shake are two new products coming from Ryan LaRoche, Potbelly Sandwich Shop […]
Food and beverage trends are usually based on more than just flavor profiles. What becomes popular is often based on the mood of the market. The attitude of the consumer is decided by the perceived strength of the economy, collective fears and anxiety, or other often hard to predict factors. On the topic of predicting up-and-comers, top forensic trendologist, Suzy Badaracco, president of Culinary Tides, explains that consumers are not feeling particularly grounded or confident... 2019 food trends
Qdoba has introduced a Pulled Pork and Queso Burrito. The 750-unit fast-casual says its pulled pork is the leanest protein on the menu. Inside the burrito, guests will find the pulled pork, slow braised with a seasoning blend infusing it with tomatoes, onion, garlic and mild chile flavors, nestled in a warm flour tortilla with a cilantro-lime white rice and seasoned with black beans, cilantro, and topped with pico de gallo, shredded cheese and Qdoba’s 3-Cheese Queso.
Romano's Macaroni Grill is focusing on classic comfort foods as it introduces its fall 2018 seasonal menu. The 108-unit Italian-style casual-dining restaurant chain is rolling out eight fall dishes as limited-time offerings: Prosciutto and Cheese Board, Osso Bucco, Braised Lamb Shank, Porterhouse Steak, Pumpkin Cheesecake, and Sea Salt Caramel Gelato.
Salads aren’t just for dieters anymore. Consumers who are looking for healthier and functional dining options are adding salads to meals, or opting for salads as meals when dining out at restaurants. A few twists on salads can take them to the next level. The difference between a ‘salad” and a ‘bowl” can be in their size, and the amount of protein, rice or grain ingredients relative to greens and vegetables. In functionality, protein is a big winner and “protein bowls” have become more widespread.
Sonic Drive-In has added a limited-time lineup of lighter-sized breakfast sandwiches to keep its customers on the move. The new Breakfast Slingers start at just $1.49 and 250 calories... Breakfast Slingers come in three options that are served on a buttery, brioche bun: egg and melted cheese and also either crispy bacon or savory sausage.