Schererville, Indiana (PRWEB) October 16, 2015
Wouldn’t you love to start your day with a towering stack of three slices of extra thick French toast, filled with a sweet cream cheese filling? Or perhaps a skillet, filled with fresh vegetables, and topped with homemade country gravy and two eggs? Getting hungry yet? All you have to do is sop by Round the Clock. After a five month process of talking with customers, food research, and lots of taste-testing, Round the Clock is proud to announce a new menu, with over 40 brand-new additions, including Brioche Stuffed French Toast, Sausage Gravy Skillet, Breakfast Burger, Roast Chicken, Loaded Waffle Fries and a Round the Clock classic making a comeback – the Chicken Fajita Pita.
The Round the Clock kitchens are in constant motion, twenty-four hours a day, with prep cooks chopping fresh produce, hand-cutting steaks, slicing beef, ham and turkey, cooking three daily soups from scratch, baking pies and last, but certainly not least, crafting their secret-family-recipe cheesecake (passed down through three generations). With the potential to offer a wider variety to their customers, one goal for the new menu was to bring in new breakfast flavors. Round the Clock is stocking their kitchens with an array of sweet and savory elements, including a homemade sweet cream cheese filling, lots of their homemade country gravy, and the ever-popular Nutella®.
"We are very aware that our customers not only crave delicious, homemade food, but also a level of value that we have been providing to The Region for over 50 years," said Round the Clock's Rinoula Alexiades. Their tradition of offering soup or salad, plus a complimentary dessert, still reigns at all three Round the Clock locations. Now, a new focus on offering a variety of options to their Round the Clock customers is key. Lunch entrees include a choice of 13 lunch sides, and dinner entrees receive two side options from a list of thirteen. Breakfast entrees pack a lot of value as well, with one headliner being the Morning Delight Combo, which includes: two eggs, two sausage links, two strips of bacon, three pancakes and two slices of French toast, all for only $8.99. Round the Clock also has a great respect for The Region’s Senior Citizen population: "We really feel an obligation to help care for our Senior Citizen customers, and we know that by keeping their menu price low, that makes it a little easier for them to enjoy eating out," says Rinoula. Round the Clock offers over 60 Senior Menu entrée options for only $8.99, which includes soup or salad, dessert and a beverage. Seniors can also receive an additional 20% off the Senior Menu between 2 pm and 5 pm daily.
For a peek at the new Round the Clock menu, visit http://www.roundtheclock.com/menu or check out http://www.facebook.com/roundtheclockrestaurants to see what they’ve been cooking in their kitchens. To truly experience the new menu, visit a Round the Clock location in Schererville, Highland or Lansing, Illinois, which are always open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
For more information about Round the Clock, please contact Rinoula Alexiades of Round the Clock
at 219.689.9660 or rinoula(at)roundtheclock(dot)com.
About Round the Clock
Round the Clock, a Region staple since opening in Gary in 1963, is well into its third generation of operations. With a strong focus on providing quality food for a great value, the Round the Clock team knows how to bring a few smiles to their customers’ day. Their extensive menu includes breakfast, lunch and dinner, all of which guarantee that there is always something for everyone. Their goal of providing an experience that is always just like home has allowed Round the Clock to become a trusted place for Region residents to enjoy a homemade meal at just the right price. Voted Best Family Restaurant for 21 consecutive years, and with three locations in Schererville, Highland and Lansing, Illinois, Round the Clock is always open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.