Well August is about here and so is some new opportunity. Spend $25 at the Carlos O’Kelly’s on Coliseum Blvd any time during the month of August, and you can kiss that delivery fee good-bye! Remember to use the code ‘augustrotm‘ if you’re ordering online to receive your discount. We suggest you try the Enchiladas San Carlos. It’s two spiced chicken enchiladas made with flour tortillas, one covered with Poblano cream sauce and the other with Diablo sauce. Your chance to try two of their most distinguished sauces.
Archive for July, 2011
You want it? You need it? We got it! Restaurants with Italian food, restaurants with Mexican food—whatever your body is craving right now, we’ve got it. Chinese? Check. Indian? Check. Japanese? You know it. Maybe just some good old fashioned American steaks and burgers—really people, we’ve got you covered. Even if you’re looking to just top off some of your own home cooking with some outside dessert, Waiter on the Way will get you connected. 260-442-FOOD. It’s that simple. Let your appetite dial the phone, and we’ll do the rest. Oh yeah, did we mention Greek food? And Thai….and Vietnamese….and delicatessen….and breakfast all day….and, well, you get the picture.
It’s now a little easy to eat a healthy, quick breakfast, thanks to Chick-fil-a.
Starting at $2.49, Chick-fil-A’s wholesome oatmeal is served as a entree in an 8 oz. bowl or can be purchased as part of a Chick-fil-A Breakfast Meal, which includes a small coffee and medium fruit cup, starting at $5.65.
According to a press release from the company, the Multigrain Oatmeal is slow cooked in kettles to retain the nutritional value naturally found in oats. The mixture is a combination of steel-cut oats, rolled oats, flax, buckwheat flour and whole wheat flour. Customers can choose one of three toppings, including cinnamon brown sugar, roasted mixed nuts (almonds, pecans and walnuts) or a dried fruit blend (cranberries, blueberries, golden raisins and cherries). This item is diet friendly, as a serving contains 120 calories and 2.5 grams of fat without toppings and up to 290 calories and 11 grams of fat with the addition of toppings, all with no trans fat.
Here’s to a great way to start your day!
You can put your money where your mouth is though your everyday purchases. Your restaurant choices are no exception. Spending your money locally helps strengthen the community.
Not sure to where to begin?
Lucky for you, Waiter on the Way has several partners who are locally owned and/or operated.
Here are a few:
Check out our feature in the July 2011 issue of Business People.
In today’s busy world it’s not always possible to eat healthfully “on the go.” Running from to and from work, the gym, and other errands can be time consuming. Luckily, one restaurant partner has an answer to the need for a balanced meal on a tight schedule. Smoothie King makes custom-blended smoothies with real fruit, pure juices, and nutritional supplements across the United States.
Each person has different nutritional needs and tastes, and Smoothie King has an answer to that. From high protein “Build Up” smoothies, to “Energy” and “Indulge,” Smoothie King is sure to please any body. Add Enhancers like antioxidants, caffeine and fiber and you’re on the way to a square meal. They can even add in yogurt, ice cream, sorbet and fruit!
Smoothie King is truly a customer focused restaurant. You pick the ingredients and they will create the perfect concoction! Drink up!
The test, which was launched by a Subway franchisee in an office building in Alexandria, Va., has expanded to about 15 locations, Les Winograd, a spokesman for the Milford, Conn.-based chain, said in an interview Monday. The company expects to add 10 more by the end of the year, he added.
The new concept is expected to help fuel Subway’s rapid growth. The chain said it has opened nearly 700 new outlets in 50 countries and 43 U.S. states since January and has plans to open a total of 2,000 North American locations this year.
While still in the early stages of development, the Subway Café is designed to be a cross between a sandwich concept and coffee bar and is “a little larger” than the average 1,200-square-foot Subway, he said.
In addition to the standard Subway breakfast and traditional menus, the café concept offers a variety of baked goods, hot and cold espresso drinks, coffee, hot and iced chai latte, hot chocolate and frozen blended beverages. Because the menu is somewhat more elaborate, operations will vary from standard Subway locations. The coffee would come from Seattle’s Best, which supplies coffee to Subway’s regular restaurants.
“Employees will need some specific training for the cafes,” Winograd said.
Winograd said the décor and signage for the café would be standardized, and would feature brick or wood paneled walls, more lounge-style seating with comfortable armchairs, and in some cases a fireplace. Lighting also would be different from standard Subway operations. He noted, however, that the design would remain flexible to allow for the development of the cafes in a variety of locations.
Subway has about 34600 stores in 98 countries.
People who suffer from a gluten intolerance and those who prefer to eat vegetarian have options with Waiter on the Way!
Our restaurant partners aim to please. Sometimes dishes can be modified to accommodate dietary needs. It’s just a matter of asking! Here, are a few of our restaurant partners who cater to these lifestyles:
It’s easy to eat YOUR way. Enjoy!