CentraArchy Restaurants serves 13,707 heroes
ATLANTA (November 13, 2017) – As we reflect on Veteran’s Day; The Tavern at Phipps, New York Prime, Joey D’s Oak Room, California Dreaming, Carolina Roadhouse, Chophouse ’47, Burro Loco, Gulfstream Cafe and Chophouse New Orleans have counted 13,707 heroes served on this day of appreciation. The free Veteran’s Day meals represent a total value of over $170,000.
CentraArchy Restaurants offers free meals for veterans Sunday, November 12.
ATLANTA (October 12, 2017) – As grateful Americans recognize the work and sacrifice of our nation’s veterans, CentraArchy Restaurants once again offers veterans their service. Any U.S. veteran or active duty military member is invited to enjoy a FREE entree Sunday, November 12, at any CentraArchy restaurant location.*
“Many members of the CentraArchy family, have served our country—including my father,” said CentraArchy president and CEO Greg Greenbaum. “We are proud of them, our guests and all fellow Americans who have answered the call to service over the years. It is an honor to recognize them with this small gesture of our appreciation on November 12.”
Visit *New York Prime, California Dreaming, The Tavern at Phipps, Chophouse New Orleans, Carolina Roadhouse, Joey D’s Oak Room, Chophouse ’47, Gulfstream Café or Burro Loco on Sunday, November 12, 2017 with a valid military ID or proof of service to enjoy a free entrée from the regular dinner menu (excluding AQ items, Porterhouse, alcohol and tax, dine-in).
Anniversary celebration set for November 9 beginning at 5 p.m.
ATLANTA, Ga. (September 27, 2017) – Since 1992, The Tavern at Phipps has become a Buckhead tradition with over five million estimated to have walked through its left-revolving door. Guests are invited to help celebrate the restaurant’s silver anniversary November 9, beginning at 5 p.m. Hosted by Atlanta’s “best bartenders” (Jezebel Magazine 2016 & 2017), the evening will feature plenty of dancing, live music and lots of The Tavern’s signature napkins in the air.
“From the very beginning, we wanted to create a place where ladies and gentlemen could meet in a lively environment for good food and a great value,” said proprietor of The Tavern at Phipps and CentraArchy president and CEO Greg Greenbaum. “Today, The Tavern at Phipps is a unique fixture in Atlanta known as much for its generous hospitality as its broad menu and bar selections.”
The Tavern is full of traditions that place it in a category of its own within the vast Atlanta dining scene. Unique features like a quirky London-imported front door, more than 250 glasses broken behind the bar each week (in the name of flair!), famous happy hours with flowing cocktails, bustling atmosphere and the best looking wait staff have made The Tavern at Phipps a go-to spot for any night out. The classic American fare including hearty salads, premium, over-the-top pastrami sandwiches and trademark Tavern chips (a heaping pile of sharable, crisp tortilla chips layered with an endless choice of toppings) keep guests coming back for more.
The Tavern at Phipps is located at 3500 Peachtree Road and is open daily at 11:00 a.m., 365 days a year. Parking is available throughout Phipps Plaza. For more information, call 404-814-9640 or visit www.tavernatphipps.com.
CentraArchy Restaurants include New York Prime, California Dreaming, The Tavern at Phipps, Chophouse New Orleans, Carolina Roadhouse, Joey D’s Oak Room, Chophouse ’47, Gulfstream Café and Burro Loco (19 restaurants company-wide).
Company-wide “Pink Kiss for the Cure” campaign expected to reach goal in seventh annual event.
Atlanta, Ga. (September 26, 2017) – For a seventh straight year, CentraArchy Restaurants continues its commitment to National Breast Cancer Awareness Month with its own “Pink Kiss for the Cure” campaign. Each year, all 19 CentraArchy restaurants offer a limited edition Pink Kiss martini with 50 percent of the sales going directly to a breast cancer research and care organization. This year’s campaign contributions will go to the Susan G. Komen organization—specifically to fund breast cancer research and mammogram costs for the underserved locally.
“When we began Pink Kiss for the Cure seven years ago, the $100,000 goal set for ourselves seemed far away,” said CentraArchy president and CEO Greg Greenbaum. “As we pass this milestone, we hope our guests will once again join our associates this month in finding ways to raise community awareness and funding to fight a disease that continues to affect so many of our loved ones.”
To participate, guests simply order the “Pink Kiss” at any CentraArchy Restaurant (New York Prime, California Dreaming, The Tavern at Phipps, Chophouse New Orleans, Carolina Roadhouse, Joey D’s Oak Room, Chophouse ’47, Gulfstream Café or Burro Loco). Proceeds this year will help Susan G. Komen in its work to fund research, education and preventative care. Complimentary pink golf tees will also be offered at New York Prime and Chophouse ‘47 during the campaign. Guests are encouraged to share their photo-worthy images on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter using the hashtag #PinkKiss.
Popular Charleston dining hot spot redirected perishable food supplies to local charities, guests invited back for free croissants all day Saturday
CHARLESTON, S.C. (September 22, 2017) – After withstanding both a soaking from Tropical Storm Irma early last week and subsequent small fire, Charleston, S.C. casual dining favorite California Dreaming will reopen Saturday, September 23 at 11 a.m. The restaurant is offering its signature fresh croissants for free all day Saturday, as a small token of appreciation to patient guests.
“We consider ourselves very fortunate to have pulled through this storm as well as we did,” said California Dreaming operating partner Brent Register. “While our scenic lower Ashley River location is part of the attraction to our location, it also makes us vulnerable to rare weather events like Tropical Storm Irma. Our sincere thanks go out to Charleston County police and fire services for their assistance as well all so many regular guests who have sent us their light hearted encouragement through social media. Our thoughts remain with individuals and businesses who continue in their recovery efforts.”
Tropical Storm Irma flooded the space below the building but left the upstairs restaurant area mostly undamaged. A small fire believed to be related to flooding of electrical equipment further complicated the repairs which were completed this week.
Once it became apparent the restaurant would not be able to serve guests for several days, store management worked quickly to donate over $10,000 worth of perishable prepared foods and food supply to Tricounty Family Ministries, an organization dedicated to fulfilling basic needs to those most vulnerable with respect and care. Learn how you can help at tricountyfamilyministries.org.
The restaurant’s 150 employees are eager to return to work and when not involved in cleanup efforts, enjoyed reading social media posts from regular guests. In fact, the free croissant giveaway was the staff’s idea of a small thank you to those who posted “#croissantstrong,” a play on the “#charlestonstrong” hashtag last week.
California Dreaming is located at 1 Ashley Pointe Dr., Charleston and will resume its regular lunch and dinner service from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and until 11 p.m. Friday and Saturday.
CentraArchy heroes grow Septembeards.
ATLANTA (September 1, 2017) – September is Prostate Cancer Awareness month and CentraArchy Restaurants will be raising awareness the entire month by growing a SeptemBEARD. Since 2012, they have raised over $16,000!
Fifty-two employees have joined the CentraArchy BeardArchy 2017 team, contributing a $100 donation and raising $5,700 for Septembeard. A cHAIRity dedicated to helping save lives through better research for Prostate Cancer.
For more information or to make a donation to Septembeard, visit www.Septembeard.org.
SPG Weekend Channel, 9/2017
No trip to the South is complete without experiencing the food. Local favorites might change from one region to the next but all Southern food has one thing in common: It’s delicious! Explore these eight dishes for a true taste of the Carolinas.
Myrtle Beach, SC | Carolina Roadhouse’s “Killer Dog”
A hot dog and chili fries go together like sand and surf. Carolina Roadhouse serves up a foot-long
kosher hot dog that tastes like it just came off the backyard grill. Order a side of fries topped
with chili, cheese and onions to share.