WEST PALM BEACH, FL. (March 22, 2012) – Hurricane Grill & Wings® introduces Savor the Flavor, a limited time offer menu available starting Monday, March 26th through July. With the introduction of innovative flavor combinations, delicious new items include delightful appetizers, tantalizing entrees, scrumptious desserts and refreshing beverages. Hurricane Grill & Wings invites all guests to “Live with Flavor®” during the coming months.
The tropically inspired menu includes island favorite Conch Fritters, Chicken Satay Skewers served with Thai Peanut Dipping Sauce, Yuengling Beer Battered Fish & Chips and Sandwich and Grilled Teriyaki Chicken with Grilled Pineapple, decadent Piña Colada Cake and Chocolate Chocolate Cheesecake and refreshing white or red Sangria. With high quality and fresh ingredients, the Hurricane Grill & Wings limited time menu appeals to a wide variety of guests.
“These new dishes bring great new flavors that the Hurricane Grill & Wings menu has not had before,” said Martin O’Dowd, President of Hurricane Grill & Wings. “This limited time offer includes a diverse fusion of many vibrant Caribbean and Asian flavors. We are also thrilled about our partnership with Yuengling, America’s oldest brewery.”
New menu item prices start at $6.49 to $10.49 and are available at participating locations. For more information about Hurricane Grill & Wings, please visit www.hurricanewings.com.
Hurricane Grill & Wings whose trademark is "Live with Flavor®" is known for its uniquely savory chicken wings, offered in five categories with a choice of more than 32 signature sauces. Menu items are cooked fresh to order with high quality ingredients and zero trans fats. Other menu options range from salads to Certified Angus Burgers and Grilled Mahi-Mahi along with a full line-up of craft beers and wine. The original Hurricane Grill & Wings opened in Fort Pierce, FL., in 1995. With over 45 locations in six states including Arizona, Florida, Indiana, Michigan, New York, and Pennsylvania, Hurricane Grill & Wings has many more restaurants planned nationwide.