The chef at Frames has designed fresh juice recipes, including options that feature fresh carrots, citrus and hints of mint, as well as a beet, apple and cinnamon blend that proved both sweet and flavorful.
New York, NY (PRWEB) March 12, 2013
After much back and forth negotiation, Bloomberg’s imminent soda ban, due to roll out Tues, March 12th, was lifted. In preparation, many restaurants and businesses made costly in-house changes from purchasing new glassware to printing revised marketing materials.
In lieu of the banned sale of pitchers of sugary drinks, Frames Bowling Lounge seized the opportunity to expand their beverage menu to include fresh juice options available to customers, in Pitcher or Pint size. They hope other businesses follow their lead in offering healthier alternatives to soda.
The chef at Frames has designed fresh juice recipes, including options that feature blended carrots, citrus and hints of mint, as well as a robust beet, apple and cinnamon blend that is both sweet and flavorful.
Frames hopes to now satisfy the average customer, who arrives to bowl with a group and wants a round of drinks, by offering up a pitcher of fresh juice with an order of Burger and Fries instead of just the standard pitcher of soda.
Below are the fresh ingredients used in two of their brand new juices:
Tri color carrots
Florida Sunkist Oranges
Fresh Vanilla Bean
Cranberry Apple Blend--
Red Delicious Apple
Young Red Beets
Frames Bowling Lounge is located at 550 9th Avenue, and features 2 full service bars, laneside food and cocktail service, 26 Sleek Bowling Lanes and a VIP room with 2 Private Lanes.