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    PINCHO Introduces New Kids Menu Across All Locations

  • Industry News June 19, 2019

    PINCHO announced today the launch of its new kids menu. The Latin street food concept is offering four new child-friendly choices.

    “We have been very fortunate to have built a strong following in South Florida, our flavorful food and creative burgers have differentiated us and as a result created a cult like following of amazing guests who have a strong sense of ownership of our brand. When they speak, we listen,” says Otto Othman, the CEO and co-founder of PINCHO who also inspired the brand’s core menu items—its award-winning burgers and skewers, (pinchos). “Our adult guests have been wanting options designed specifically for our youngest fans. We have developed menu items geared specifically toward kids without compromising our high-standard for quality food with unmatched flavor.”

    Now available at all nine Miami locations, and soon at the Doral restaurant, which will open later this summer, the kids menu has already been put to the test with the brand’s pint-size pals. Kids menu items have been tested at select locations during the past several months and the top four contenders have captured spots on the coveted PINCHO kids menu.

    The options available to children up to age 12 on the new menu include:

    • Kids Burger
    • Kids Hotdog
    • Kids Chicken Bowl
    • Kids Grilled Cheese

    “We’re catering to the exceptional experience that guests have come to expect at PINCHO,” Othman says. “Blending warm table service with the speed and convenience behind every made-to-order meal made with high-quality ingredients that today’s consumers command, the brand’s high-touch customer service comes to life with the introduction of the kids menu.”

    Based in Miami, Florida, PINCHO currently has 11 open units throughout South Florida and locations in development across the region, as well as Washington, D.C., where restaurants will open in late 2019.

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