NASHVILLE, Tenn. The O'Charley's casual-dining chain is stressing freshness and value in a promotion of five new savory menu options, which range from a center-cut sirloin to a bruschetta served with flatbread. Also included in the new batch of choices is a new dessert, a crème brulee cheesecake.
In announcing the promotion, the 239-unit chain cited the use of fresh herbs and ingredients for the lineup. In addition, "all of the meals offer great value, not to mention outstanding flavor," said O'Charley's president Jeff Warne.
The chain described the items as limited-time offers, but noted that LTOs often are subsequently added to the regular menu.
The new choices include Baked Shrimp Scampi Pasta, for $12.99; Greek Chicken Salad, $8.99; and Bistro Chicken, or chicken breasts served atop thick-cut, parmesan-and-herb flavored potatoes, $10.99. The center-cut sirloin, encrusted with a proprietary nine-herb mix, carries the highest price, at $15.99, while the new bruschetta appetizer is the least expensive of the savory selections, at $6.49. The new cheesecake is priced at $5.99.
O'Charley's is operated or franchised by O'Charley's Inc. here. The company's other holdings include the Ninety Nine Restaurants and Stoney River Legendary Steaks chains.