Many people lately have been raving over Chipotle, and Chick Fil-a lately. I have always thought to myself what is so great about these two food chains. Many people like Chipotle, and then there a a lot of people that love Chick-Fil-A. I just want to figure out what is so great about these two places, and figure out how they are the same, and how they are different.
Raising Cane’s has a unique story and intriguing story. Everything all started by a college student, Todd Graves, and a business assignment. He was assigned to make his own business plan. Todd turned in his plan to open a business that served only chicken fingers. His professor told him that his plan would never work, and gave him a low grade. Todd Graves did not let his professor bring him down with negativity. Todd took this as a challenge and started working 24/7 to earn money to start his business. He even went to the extreme of working in Alaska on dangerous jobs. He eventually had all the money he needed to start his first restaurant. He bought a building right outside of LSU’s campus. Todd and some buddies started renovating and as they were, they noticed a mural on the wall. This mural became the base of Cane’s logo. During an interview of Todd Graves, it states, “Baton Rouge, LA based Raising Cane’s chicken fingers, which now has more than 70 units in 13 states and does $125 million in annual sales,” (Berta). This business that everyone thought was bound to fail,
She Said: Whoa! I think this may be my favorite dish. At some point of reading the description I completely ignored "andouille gravy" and was so suprised at the andouille forward flavor when tasting the sauce. If you're not a pork eater or a fan of smoked sausage, this is not the dish for you. The grits were creamy, the shrimp were tender and the andouille gravy was smokey without being too dark. I could taste Chef Haigler's South Carolina roots in this dish. A definite winner! Brandon
Customers are craving to try one-of-a-kind food from a special restaurant, located in the beautiful town of Boca Raton. There is an extravagant Southern California, motif vibe with wood and brick interior and gas lanterns hanging from the ceiling. There is a lit vivid candle on the table while sitting on the luscious red leather booths. Waiters are wearing white collard shirts with black pants, a tie, and fancy steakhouse aprons. This restaurant might be packed with hungry people, but the conversation of many crowds can still be heard. Houston’s spinach and artichoke dip, French dip au jus, and key lime pie are perfect for family dinners or just for special occasions.
Hey have you heard about this new style in fast food dining? You must try it, the concept is so amazing I don’t know why no one has done it before. I can’t go into any real detail about it, it’s apparently their corporate secret, but what I can say is this their food is so delicious I mean I don’t know what they put into it. But even the local wildlife stops in for a bite and you know that they can be some picky eaters. I mean I’ve see cute little mice, and some exotic cockroaches all enjoying the dining experience. But I did find out that a local food inspector wasn’t too happy about this new concept. I mean really?? They’re always spoiling something new.
As times change, the number one growing industry around the world is hospitality. Hospitality is the key to every successful company weither it be a hotel, restaurant, Movie Theater, or retail store. Any company can have a great core product, but if they are lacking in supplementary products such as enhancing elements or facilitating elements in which hospitable reasoning is involved in, then they will have put there company in an almost impossible passion for their core product to succeed.
They have a wide variety of appetizers and main courses. My favorite appetizer has to be their black pepper chicken wings. It is a mouth watering combination of sweet and salty and has the perfect amount of spiciness for a variety of different palettes. For the main courses, I especially love the ribs with a side of sauted green beans. When you look at the dish, you immediately want to devour the smoldering red, tender ribs, as well as the juicy seasoned beans. Every aspect of the dish is absolutely amazing. The ribs are smoky but also sweet and saucy. The green beans are nice and seasoned with a drizzle of oil on top of them. I remember the day of my graduation, when after the ceremony, my mom and I came here to celebrate. I remember I ordered a half a rack of ribs with a side of green beans, and devoured it in my fancy dress and curly locks. I just threw my hair up in a messy ponytail and ate it all up.
Robb 's 125th Street Grill serves home style meals in a warm and charming exposed-brick atmosphere. The manila steamed clams with focaccia bread and the grilled chicken quesadilla wth gooey cheese make for fantastic starters. Juicy burger options include the bacon and melted cream cheese laden Avocado Burger and the Old West Burger with barbecue sauce and golden fried onion rings. Comforting entrees, like the Roast Turkey Dinner with cornbread stuffing and the Meatloaf Plate with mashed potatoes are what Robb 's 125th Street Grill is all about. Robb 's also has a variety of pasta dishes, as well as steak dinners with your choice of delectable toppings. A full kids ' menu, as well as a popular weekend brunch are yet more Robb 's specialties.
On special occasions, you can find Guatemalans celebrating by eating a delicious dessert called Tres Leches Cake. Tres Leches Cake translates to “three milks cake” in English and is named after the main ingredients: three different types of milk. To make this dessert, you prepare a sponge cake using the usual flour, sugar, eggs, (etc.) and bake it in the oven. After it’s baked and cooled, you poke small holes into the cake and pour on top the mixture containing the evaporated milk, condensed milk, and whipped cream (the three milks). Once the cake has absorbed the milk mixture, spread on top some whipped cream and serve it.
Start with an appetizer like the pisolette, fried mushrooms, sautéed crab fingers, boudin link or stuffed jalapenos. Feel like sharing? Order the crab stuffed mushrooms, half pound boiled shrimp, Cajun buffalo shrimp or the catfish bites. For the main course, guests have their choice of specialty plates, served with fries, hush puppies and a dinner
The best part of going to this steakhouse is the food.My family really like the good there.It's cook how you want it.Also even how you want it to look.Their
Start with an appetizer. Order the Asian chicken bites, calamari, crispy creole shrimp or the four cheese French onion soup. Feeding a large group? Order a shared plate like the Thai shrimp quesadilla, homerun nachos, mini mac sliders or the spinach artichoke dip. For entrees, try some of Shoeless Joe’s popular wings, steaks, ribs or one of the many hand crafted burgers. End your meal with a dessert. Order the caramel pretzel bites, cheesecake or donut bites. There is an extensive
The food at Camp Fitch that is cooked and served, the food is cooked by the funny chef Dave who will give a good laugh before the food is served. There is many selections through the day, they have salad for vegans, soy peanut butter for peanut allergy campers. Some of the other foods consist of soup on some days chicken and other days pancakes hashbrowns and much more.
Heights Taco and Tamale is undoubtedly the best restaurant. This is because of their delicious cheese dip, awesome dessert, and almost endless varieties of food. These are only a few reasons why you should love this restaurant. It 's making my mouth water just thinking about it! Let me tell you why you should love Heights Taco and Tamale.