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Hard Rock Cafe, Niagara Falls USA, offers veggie lovers first-ever meatless menu


Mon, Sep 26th 2016 02:10 pm
Hard Rock's cauliflower `wings.` (Submitted photos)
Hard Rock's cauliflower "wings." (Submitted photos)

Hard Rock is going green with its new, limited-time vegetarian menu just in time for Vegetarian Awareness Month.

Beginning on Monday, Oct. 3, and continuing through Sunday, Nov. 13, Hard Rock Cafe, Niagara Falls USA, will expand its menu offerings and serve up fresh and unique vegetarian-friendly dishes and plant-based beverages, including cauliflower "wings" served Buffalo-style, a grilled ratatouille wrap featuring grilled vegetables and sriracha mayo, and a "Very Veggie 'Tini," featuring a mix of fresh vegetable juice, Greek yogurt and Tito's Handmade Vodka.

Hard Rock Cafe, Niagara Falls USA, has added several new vegetarian menu items to provide guests looking to expand their palate with flavorful and satisfying options. Additionally, many of the items featured on Hard Rock's meatless menu can be prepared to accommodate vegan requirements.


"The demand for vegetarian dining options has grown as guests look for more variety, so we've developed a new meatless menu that goes beyond the typical," said Alex Merchan, senior director of marketing for Hard Rock International. "Whether it's one of our new vegetarian-friendly salads, or my personal favorite, the cauliflower burger, we have something to satisfy our guests' ever-changing cravings."

The new menu items celebrate Vegetarian Awareness Month, which was designed to spread awareness of vegetarianism and the benefits of a meat-free diet. The International Vegetarian Union encourages individuals worldwide to spread the word and experience the vegetarian lifestyle.

What began as World Vegetarian Day has blossomed into a month-long celebration of vegetarianism that involves educational events and festivities.

Guests can stop by the Hard Rock, 333 Prospect St., to try out the latest items or visit www.hardrock.com/niagarafalls for more information.

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