Tony Puts Maple on More Than Just Waffles with the New Maple Festival Menu
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Tony Puts Maple on More Than Just Waffles with the New Maple Festival Menu

March 6, 2014, Canada – Tony Roma's in Canada embraces the long tradition of Canada's Maple Syrup Season by offering many maple-flavored items on a number of Tony's signature dishes. The new seasonal menu is a limited time offer, all day ever day, beginning March 10th. The items will be available at the Tony's locations in Edmonton, Red Deer, Lloydminister, Grand Prairie, Saskatoon and Regina.

Maple Festival Menu includes the following:

TR's Original Baby Back Ribs with Bourbon Maple BBQ Sauce

Tender, lean pork loin basted with a special BBQ sauce, prepared with bourbon and Canadian maple syrup

Maple Pecan Ruby Trout

Fillet of Ruby Trout, garlic butter basted and grilled to perfection, topped with our special blend of pecans, onion, and Canadian maple glaze

Maple Veal Rib Chop

Seasoned centre cut veal rib cop, grilled to your liking with maple red wine sauce made from Cabernet Sauvignon and maple syrup

Maple Pecan Cheesecake

Cheesecake made with Canadian maple syrup and pecans on a graham cracker crust.

Maple Crumble Apple Tart

Warm apple tart with crumble of oats, pecans and maple syrup

Canadian Maple Martini

Maker's Mark bourbon and Canadian maple syrup

Maple Whiskey Hot Chocolate

Blend of Canadian Maple Whiskey and hot chocolate

These items can only be found at select locations in Canada.

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About Romacorp, Inc.

Romacorp, Inc., is the parent company of Tony Roma's restaurants, the world's largest casual dining concept specializing in ribs. Romacorp, Inc. has over 150 restaurant locations on six continents and is one of the most globally recognizable names in the industry. The first Tony Roma's restaurant opened more than 40 years ago in North Miami, Florida.

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