Category — Restaurant & Foodservice
I didn’t know the Royal Couple was honeymooning in Hollywood, but I do know a good hot dog when I see one. Maybe Will and Kate (whoever they are) can take one back to the other side of the pond to give the food of their country a much needed, uh, hot beef injection of flavor.
This is a press release:
Pink’s Hot Dogs Welcomes Will & Kate to L.A. with a Banner and a New Hot Dog
LOS ANGELES–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Pink’s Hot Dogs welcomes the Royal Couple, Will & Kate, to Los Angeles with a banner displayed across the front of the stand which reads: “PINK’S WELCOMES WILL & KATE TO L.A.!!!”
A new hot dog was created in honor of the royal visit – THE ROYAL DOG, 2 Hot Dogs in 1 bun with “royal toppings” which include: mustard, cheese, onions, pickle relish, a “spot” of Pink’s famous chili and 2 slices of bacon, “a mere trifle at ₤3.73” or $6.00. Come one, come all, thou shall dine like Royalty!!
July 7, 2011 No Comments
Oh, those wacky chicken-hawking cows. They want you to “Eat Mor Chikin”, and they are willing to pay for it. Dress up like a cow and on July 8th, you can get free chicken (or chikin) at Chick-fil-A. Dress up like a cow on July 9th and you’ll have to pay for it. But then again, you’ll be dressed up like a cow, which may or may not have happened anyway.
June 30, 2011 No Comments
Promotional stunts can be an interesting way to spend an afternoon. Especially when they involve fire. And food. Tomorrow, in Los Angeles, El Pollo Loco will combine the two in a big way. Like Guinness World Record big. Well, at least the fire part. Read on for the press release, and yes, I posted this solely because of the promotional graphic above.
June 22, 2011 No Comments
If you’re in London (and surrounding areas) you can use the internet to eat. Well, to order to eat, that is. Of course they do everything backwards (and on the wrong side of the road) back there, so instead of calling it ‘take-out’ they say ‘takeaway’. And Just-Eat is the internet-y way of ordering.
But what to do when the fish and chips arrive without the little wooden fork? Well, in a clever marketing bit, Just-Eat has created the Swiss Army knife of utensils, the Eatensil. Packed into the monstrosity is a pizza cutter, a wooden chip fork, chopsticks, a knife, a fork and a spoon. And for good measure a bottle opener is housed directly in the body. It doesn’t look like the Eatensil is in actual production, but I’m guessing that even over there, the pizza does arrive pre-sliced.
(Via Pocket Lint)
June 13, 2011 No Comments
Hard Rock Hotel Panama Megapolis, First Hard Rock Property in Latin America, Expected to Open December 2011
There’s really only one thing left to say:
Well except for the rest of the press release, which follows…
May 25, 2011 No Comments
Everybody loves cake, even fast-food burger restaurants. (Well, okay, maybe not the actual restaurants, but the people behind the scenes do.) Read on to discover news about this 90th bday bash that occurred in Wichita, Kansas.
Sadly, no news regarding the cake was provided.
May 23, 2011 No Comments