Energy Kitchen Helps New Yorkers Keep Resolutions
Healthy eatery offers breakfast menu items for $2.99
January 29, 2010 // Franchising.com // MANHATTAN, NY – Keeping that New Year's resolution to eat healthier will be a bit easier this January with Energy Kitchen's Breakfast Special.
Available for a limited time at all nine locations, Energy Kitchen is offering all of its breakfast menu items for $2.99, including all sandwiches, wraps and pancakes.
"During this time of new beginnings, we want to make it easy for consumers to keep their resolutions and eat healthy," said Anthony Leone, Founder and President of Energy Kitchen. "Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and we want to help customers jump start their mornings with a healthy and affordable meal."
Positioned at the forefront of the culinary horizon, Energy Kitchen has introduced a new era of healthy eating with its nutritious and convenient meal choices. Providing low-calorie, low-fat, tasty eats that are good for you, Energy Kitchen invites its customers to eat healthy without sacrificing taste. Nothing on the menu is over 500 calories and everything is grilled, baked or steamed and never fried.
"As more and more consumers begin to realize that fast food doesn't have to be fat food, we look forward to continuing to provide them with a healthy, delicious alternative to their dining options," Leone added. "We're all about providing our guests with nutritious and convenient food that supports their active, healthy lifestyle. We provide a simple, yet guilt-free dining experience like they have never had before."
About Energy Kitchen
Founded by Anthony Leone in 2004, Manhattan-based Energy Kitchen is a healthy, fast-casual restaurant that provides nutritious and convenient meal choices by offering low-calorie, low-fat, wraps, salads, burgers and smoothies. Everything on the menu is 500 calorie or less and is grilled, baked or steamed, never fried, and cooked to order. With 10 locations operating in the New York Tri-State area, company plans call for a total of 1,000 restaurants nationwide in the next 10 years.