Thursday, October 16, 2008

Rosie's Plate Update - Corporate Lunch Program

Rosie's does it again! I often have lunch meetings where food is ordered without even asking the attendees of the meeting if they have any food restrictions. It is always pizza or sandwiches with chocolate chip cookies for dessert! Anybody have this same situation?

Rosie's Plate has created a corporate lunch program to help with this very issue - the details are below.

Rosie’s Plate is now offering Corporate lunches for area businesses. Now you can have fresh, hot food that is delicious, natural and healthy for your next business meeting. Place your order one day in advance, by calling Emily @ 833-0505. Your order will be available for pickup between 11am and 1pm the next day. (Monday-Friday) Minimum Order = 6 Lunches

* Lunches Include a Choice of One Entrée & One Side Dish* $ 9/lunch

-Terrific Chicken Bites with Honey Mustard Dipping Sauce (8 pieces)
-Vegetable Spring Rolls with Spicy Thai Sauce (2 large rolls)
-“Chicken Fried” Tofu
-Specialty Salad (entrée portion)
-Macaroni & Cheese

Side Dishes:
-Green Salad with Vinaigrette Fruit Cup (8oz)
-Soup of the Day (8oz)
-Jasmine Rice

Additional Choices
-Cookies by the half dozen $10
-Apple Blueberry Crisp (serves 6) $15
-½ Gallon Iced Tea $ 3.50
-Biodegradable cutlery packs $1ea

I'll be talking to folks at my company about this! Rosie's owner let me know that they are seeing a lot of customers choosing this option without having any employees with food restrictions just because they are looking for good tasting healthy food choices.

FYI - I ordered lunch to go from Rosie's Plate on Monday for the first time. I picked it up Tuesday on my way home from work and then brought it in for a Wednesday lunch meeting (everyone else ate Cafe Carolina sandwiches). I ordered the Lunch-To-Go Quesadilla (Cheddar cheese, Chips & Salsa and Chocolate Chip cookie) and was extremely pleased with the taste, quality, cost and meal proportions. With tax, the bill was $9 which is very respectable for those of us used to eating in Downtown Raleigh.


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