Wednesday, April 22, 2009

New offers, menus, hours, address

  • P.F. Chang’s (Phillips Place and Northlake) does a four-course prom dinner for $39.95 per couple, with choices for each course.
  • Fuel Pizza (nine area locations) now uses only kosher salt in its foods, which include pizzas with crusts that are regular, whole-wheat or vegan. The chain is also working toward using more local produce from area farmers.
  • Sonoma Modern American (100 N. Tryon St.) kicks in its new spring menu with a large "nibbling" section, expanding diners’ options -- which now include a version of Tater Tots, a Grafton Cheddar cheese fondue, and lobster rolls. 704-332-1132.
  • The Wine Shop at RiverGate (14142 RiverGate Parkway) now serves Sunday brunch from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Among the offerings: Benedicts of various form; omelets (with filling combos from smoked salmon and mascarpone to peppers and onions with mozzarella); frittata; quiche; and sandwiches and entrees, including Croque Madames and steak and eggs. About $7-$13; 704-831-9000.
  • GadoGado in Matthews (157 N. Trade St., Matthews) will reopen for Saturday lunch beginning May 2, and the patio will offer live music each Friday and Saturday night, beginning the first week of May. 704-844-8686.
  • Tanner’s Snack Bar has relocated from Old Pineville Road to 3401-C South Blvd., where it will continue to serve hot dogs, burgers, hot-shelled peanuts, “Maryland fried chicken” and more. 704-679-9900.


oy said...

Someone should let Fuel know that there's nothing special about "kosher salt". It's not kosher in the way that kosher meat or other foods are kosher. It's just salt in a form that is useful for processing kosher meat. Elsewhere it's called "koshering salt".