Colorado Based MAD Greens Launches New Catering Website
(PRLEAP.COM) Mad Greens Introduces Catering Menu to All Locations, Salads, Soups and Sandwiches for Groups of 10 to 10,000
Denver, CO - February 14, 2013 - Inviting Edgar Allen Poe, Leonardo da Vinci, Molly Brown and several dozen of their wacky historical friends to lunch would be a bit mad. You’d need enough fresh, tasty food to keep them happy, and that’s where MAD Greens Catering comes in. New in all 11 locations, the Denver-based salad restaurant concept specializing in gourmet salads, wraps, soups and panini sandwiches with "mad" names, is now offering an extensive catering menu designed to provide a healthy, fresh lunch or dinner to any type of gathering.
"Customers can expect the same great, fresh, better-for-you food from our catering that they have come to love in our restaurants," said MAD Greens co-founder and trained chef Dan Long. "We pride ourselves on our ability to deliver catering all over the Front Range for a flat fee and we don’t accept gratuity."
Offerings from the Colorado catering menu’s include the unique MAD Salad Bar, allowing everyone to create their own ultimate, customized salad from an extensive list of ingredients that include veggies, fruits, protein options, dressings and loaves of Udi’s fresh-baked ciabatta bread.
For quicker lunch meetings, MAD Greens Catering features several types of Eat Better Box, which come in a variety of tasty mix-and-match items from the in-store menu, including MAD Salads, MAD Wraps, MAD Cold and, pasta salad, Superfood salad and fruit salad. Cold winter days require the Hot Soup Bar, which includes any two crocks of soup topped off with add-ins like green onions, warm bread, cheddar cheese, bacon and croutons. Finish off your midday feast with add-ons like pita bread, ciabatta bread, POP chips and a variety of drinks and juices, including Izze sodas, Vitamin Water, Honest Ade and Coca-Cola products.
Director of Marketing Lucas Clarke explains MAD Greens wanted to expand the catering menu to deliver fresh, delicious meals to their busy customers. "People who are busy being productive at work and may not have time to get out of the office and grab something to eat are still hungry at lunchtime. We want people to Eat Better no matter if they can make it into a MAD Greens location," he added.