Duffy’s Sports Grill Adds Healthier Options to Menu

 

Appetizers, entrees, and desserts under 580 calories have been added to the menu at Duffy’s Sports Grill, South Florida’s sports themed casual-dining restaurant chain.

The latest version of Duffy’s menu includes additional “Healthy Options” items, bringing the total to 23 dishes that contain less than 580 calories each. This change is reflective of the growing segment of customers looking for healthier dining selections.

“Our new menu guarantees that healthy options are available to guests at Duffy’s,” says Paul Emmett, CEO of Duffy’s Sports Grill. “We now offer a variety of healthier choices, encompassing all sections of our menu. Whether guests are counting calories or have dietary restrictions, Duffy’s provides many flavorful options to choose from.”

Duffy’s corporate executive chef, Eric Parker, carefully crafted the recipes to reflect customer demands. “In recent years, Duffy’s witnessed a change in the dining preference of a segment of our guests,” says Chef Parker. “They developed a real awareness of the foods they consume. Our loyal patrons started challenging us to offer healthier selections. We proudly accepted this challenge, developing new dishes to provide a dining experience that accommodates the needs and tastes of every customer.”

The menu innovations, available at all Duffy’s restaurant locations, resonate with Duffy’s commitment to provide freshly prepared ingredients and grilled items. It features two new salads that are rich in flavor and packed with nutrients, in addition to satisfying savory dishes. Healthy menu options include Chicken Tortilla Soup, Chinese Chicken Salad, Small Napa Valley Salad, Grilled Chicken Wrap, Pasta Primavera, and Twin Chicken Breasts with made-from-scratch pineapple salsa.

On the dessert side, Duffy’s offers a delicious Greek Yogurt Cheesecake, a healthy twist on traditional cheesecake with reduced fat and calories. 

 

 

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