Harrisburg, PA (RestaurantNews.com) You can retire the brown bags, Arooga’s just upgraded your lunch.
Arooga’s Grille House & Sports Bar today announced an unbeatable lunch special at an incredible value of $6.99 for a limited time– Monday – Friday from 11 am – 2 pm, featuring endless soup made with no preservatives or additives, salad with USDA Organic produce, and its signature creamy mac & cheese at all locations.
Arooga’s guests will be treated to two items with their first order and one refill with each reorder, from the following:
- Choice of USDA Organic Chicken Noodle Soup, Creamy Tomato Basil Soup, Baked Potato Soup, Angus Beef Chili or Lager Beer Cheese Soup
- Choice of house, Caesar, chopped or spinach salad (add a no antibiotic ever chicken breast to your salad for $2.29 per order)
- White Cheddar Mac n’ Cheese (substitute Lobsta’ Shells n Cheese for just $2.29 per order)
“We wanted to make the decision on where to enjoy your weekday lunch an easy one by providing great choices made with clean ingredients and incredible flavors, all punctuated with a no limit sign for a limited time for just $6.99.” said Gary Huether, Jr., Arooga’s co-founder and president. “Our guests can choose from any of our all natural soups, select salads containing USDA organic produce, and our signature White Cheddar Mac and Cheese, making this a deal too good to pass up. I believe a deal this great will help us showcase some of the big changes we have made to our new menu. And, value priced at $6.99 for an unlimited lunch made from ingredients of this quality, this truly might be the best lunch deal we have ever offered.”
Arooga’s, the Central PA-born and based award-winning full-service casual dining restaurant and bar, has 10 corporate locations in Central Pennsylvania and nearly 100 franchise locations either open, in development, or under contract. Arooga’s recently released a new menu with the biggest ingredient changes in its history, from no antibiotic ever chicken breasts, beer brats, and Imperial free range Wagyu Kobe burgers, to its transition to numerous USDA Organic items.