TAYLORS, SC, March 1, 2019 – Fatz Southern Kitchen has debuted a revamped menu that includes many fresh, new seasonal items, in addition to their Fatz favorites like World Famous Calabash Chicken®, Award-Winning Baby Back Ribs and perfectly seasoned steaks and burgers.
Some of the new offerings include the Calabash Penne Pasta Alfredo and a new “IrresistiBOWLS” category which features light proteins with power veggies over rice, like the Grilled Baja Chicken Bowl. Fatz also brought back a few guest favorites, such as the Asian Chicken Salad and the Blue Ridge Chicken.
In addition, Fatz has added new lunch specials, starting at just 6.99, that are guaranteed to be served in 14 minutes or less, or it’s free! To view the full menu, visit www.fatz.com/menu.
“We have done a great deal of research around what our guests want to see on our menu, as well as industry trends,” said CEO Jim Mazany. “And with this new menu, we feel like we have ticked all of those boxes. From healthier, fresh selections and classic Southern favorites, to quick and budget-friendly options, we think there is something on our menu for everyone. We are proud to debut this new menu and we look forward to what’s to come for this brand.”
2019 will be a year of growth for Fatz. They are very involved in the local communities in which they do business and plan to expand their catering and fundraising capabilities. Fatz offers catering options for every day occasions to large special events, such as weddings. They also offer fundraising options such as Pancake Breakfasts and Chicken for Charity events, where tickets are sold and proceeds split with the organization, as well as Spirit Night events where 10%-20% of sales go back to the organization. To learn more about catering or fundraising opportunities, visit www.fatz.com.
About Fatz Southern Kitchen
Fatz Southern Kitchen was founded in 1988 as Fatz Cafe in Spartanburg, S.C. More than thirty years later, the brand is thriving with Southern-inspired, chef-crafted and uniquely craveable food served with genuine Southern hospitality. Fatz Southern Kitchen operates 35 restaurants in the Carolinas, Georgia, Tennessee and Virginia and is now owned by Falcon Holdings Management, who owns and operates Piccadilly Restaurants and is also a large franchisee of Church’s Chicken, Long John Silver’s, Hardee’s and A&W Restaurants. To learn more, visit www.fatz.com.