September 16, 2013 // Franchising.com // JACKSON, MISS. - Newk’s Eatery’s, the 58-unit fresh casual restaurant concept known among its loyal following for its culinary-inspired menu, has expanded the fall line to include three distinctly different mouthwatering pork entrees. The new limited time menu offerings – Newk’s PB&Q, The Cuban and the Pork Tenderloin Platter catering menu addition – are being rolled out companywide.
Newk’s PB&Q and The Cuban are made with pork that is hand-rubbed with secret spices and brined on-site for a full 24 hours to create tenderloin that is as juicy as it is tasty. The Newk’s PB&Q is layers of pork tenderloin, bacon, Swiss cheese and Newk’s signature white BBQ sauce. The Cuban is the same succulent pork topped with ham, Swiss, mustard and pickles. The toasted sandwiches are priced $7.50 and $7.75 respectively. Newk’s tender sliced pork tenderloin trays, which include crostini and dipping sauces, are available on the catering menu just in time for football season. The medium, 60-ounce tray serves eight to 10 people and the large, 80-ounce tray serves 12 to 15 people.
As a refreshing casual dining experience in a stylish atmosphere with an emphasis on freshness, flavor and unparalleled customer service, Newk’s Eatery boasts a comprehensive menu of freshly-prepared entrees with sizable portions and exceptional ingredient combinations. Rapidly expanding since the first restaurant opening in Oxford, Miss. in 2004, Newk’s currently operates and franchises 58 units in 11 states. Headquartered in Jackson, Miss., the rights to more than 100 units of the culinary-driven dining concept have been sold across the South. From the restaurants’ open-view kitchens, customers dining in can watch the preparation of fresh-tossed salads, oven-baked sandwiches, California-style pizzas, made-from-scratch soups and homemade cakes and then customize their meals at the signature Roundtable. Conveniently, Newk’s also offers catering and daily-prepared menu options in the Grab-N-Go refrigerated case at the front of each store. For more information visit www.newks.com, join the Roundtable Club for email updates or follow the restaurant on Facebook and Twitter.
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