Sharky’s Woodfired Mexican Grill Offers $5 Bonus Card with Every $25 Holiday Gift Card Purchase
“Feel Good About Eating…and Gifting”
Westlake Village, CA (RestaurantNews.com) At Sharky’s Woodfired Mexican Grill®, the mission is all about serving made-to-order, flavorful Mexican-inspired dishes that offer everyone the chance to “Feel Good About Eating.” Now, guests can also feel good about gifting this holiday season by sharing the experience with their family, friends, co-workers, teachers and other special people, and receive a holiday bonus for themselves. Guests who purchase $25 in gift cards between Mon., Nov. 23, and Thurs., Dec. 24, will receive a $5 bonus card that can be redeemed from Fri., Jan. 1, 2016 to Tues., Mar. 1, 2016.
Sharky’s Woodfired Mexican Grill is a premium fast-casual restaurant and lifestyle brand with 23 locations in California, which offers an award-winning menu rooted in innovative Mexican recipes made with natural, organic or local ingredients, which meet their high standards for flavorful, inventive and high-quality food offerings.
The Southern California-based brand, founded in 1992, offers hand-crafted, Mexican inspired choices such as burritos filled with organic beans and rice and all-natural, mesquite-grilled chicken or beef; marinated, mesquite-grilled organic tofu tacos; superfood salads with organic greens and quinoa; stone-fired pizzas, and many other hand-crafted, fresh and nutritionally dense choices.
“The holidays are traditional time to eat, give and be merry, and at Sharky’s we offer our guests the opportunity to indulge in flavor-rich, creative Mexican dishes made with only high-quality ingredients that make you feel good about what you’re eating,” said Steven Paperno, founder and CEO, Sharky’s Woodfired Mexican Grill.
Since 1992, Sharky’s has remained committed to sourcing only the best ingredients, including:
- All-natural chicken breast that contains no added preservatives, hormones or phosphates.
- All-natural Angus steak that is antibiotic free with no added hormones.
- Wild-Caught Alaska salmon, which is MSC-certified and other Wild-Caught fish selections that are sustainable and help maintain healthy oceans.
- Corn that is GMO-free.
- Marinated, grilled organic Tofu, which is non-GMO Project-verified and U.S. grown.
- Organic black and pinto beans that are made without lard.
- Organic whole grain brown rice and long grain white rice.
- Organic and local baby greens, baby spinach, baby kale and Romaine lettuce.
- Yams that are also organic and local.
- Cheese and sour cream are rBGH-free.
Sharky’s also offers menu choices to fit different tastes and lifestyles with a variety of Vegan, Vegetarian, Gluten-Free, Lower Fat, Lower Calorie options as well as Lower Carb alternatives such as Sharky’s popular Power Plates®, or the Get It Naked™ menu. To help guests attain their individual health, nutrition and fitness goals, Sharky’s menu is measured in caloric and nutritional representations, and the Nutrition Calculator on Sharky’s website details every ingredient and dish from calories derived from fat to sodium levels, sugars, protein levels, cholesterol and beyond.
About Sharky’s Woodfired Mexican Grill
Sharky’s Woodfired Mexican Grill is a lifestyle franchise brand that is all about food with purpose, inspiring change and creating paths to a healthier, more sustainable world. Based on the vision of the founder, Steve Paperno, Sharky’s combines the distinctive variety of flavors he experienced traveling through Mexico with innovative recipes and his passion for healthy living. Sharky’s innovative menu strives to use fresh, natural and organic ingredients combined with unique stone oven and mesquite-grilled cooking styles for enhanced flavor. The brand is committed to make a difference in the way that people dine out, including vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options. Sharky’s was named the 22nd Fastest Growing Small Chain Restaurant in the U.S. by Restaurant Business Magazine in 2014. Sharky’s has 23 locations throughout the state of California, but it is quickly growing beyond California’s borders.