Industry News | May 18, 2016

Smiling Moose Lightens Up with 600-Calorie Options

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Just in time for summer, Smiling Moose Rocky Mountain Deli is showing guests all of the ways to enjoy the fresh, adventurous flavors of the Rocky Mountains for fewer calories. Available now, Smiling Moose locations will feature more than 20 menu options under 600 calories.

The “Over 20 Under 600” menu showcases favorite Smiling Moose selections delivering adventure in every bite, with flavorful, hearty portions made from the freshest ingredients, including:

  • Buffalo Bleu Wrap (520 Calories) – Grilled chicken, Smiling Moose’s signature Blue cheese slaw, and a splash of hot sauce on a plain tortilla.
  • Canyon Curry Cool Sandwich (560 Calories) – House-made curried chicken salad mixed with candied pecans and seasonal apples, topped with romaine and served on ciabatta.
  • Boulder Beef Cool Sandwich (530 Calories) – Roast Beef, cheddar, roasted red peppers, arugula, horseradish mayo, and Smiling Moose’s house-made red onion marmalade served on ciabatta.
  • Creekside Greek Salad (500 Calories) – Grilled chicken, Kalamata olives, Feta, red onions, tomatoes, cucumbers, and chopped romaine tossed with Greek dressing.

“Everyone aims to eat lighter during the summer months, so we’re excited to offer a variety of menu options allowing guests to feel good about what they’re eating. These menu items maintain the same great Smiling Moose flavors our guests have come to know and love,” says Garey Hiles, executive chef at Smiling Moose Rocky Mountain Deli. “With over 20 options, there’s a fresh and hearty meal for every adventure seeker to choose from.”

Inspired by the adventuresome spirit of the Rocky Mountains, Smiling Moose delivers unique, bold flavor combinations served by a lively, engaging team. Guests can explore a wide variety of satisfying, house-made options that range from chopped salads and grilled or cool sandwiches to savory soups, wraps, and breakfast sandwiches.

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