Tropical Smoothie Cafe Introduces Mardi Gras-Themed Menu for New Year

    Industry News | December 22, 2020
    Tropical Smoothie Café Mardi Gras menu items.
    Tropical Smoothie Café
    Starting January 6 through March 23, guests can enjoy a brand new Hurricane Smoothie and two new fresh Cajun-style food items available at more than 900 locations across the country.

    Tropical Smoothie Cafe is kicking off the new year with three brand new Mardi Gras-themed menu items to give guests a vibrant, energetic and colorful getaway during the winter months.

    Starting January 6 through March 23, guests can enjoy a brand new Hurricane Smoothie and two new fresh Cajun-style food items available at more than 900 locations across the country.

    Get into a Mardi Gras taste of mind with limited-time items including:

    Hurricane Smoothie: Passion fruit, pineapple, orange juice and sweet dark cherries.

    Cajun Shrimp Wrap: Seasoned shrimp, dirty rice, creole sauce, cheddar, romaine, tomato and green onions in a toasted wrap.

    Cajun Shrimp Salad: Seasoned shrimp, dirty rice, cheddar, tomato, and green onions on a bed of romaine with creamy creole dressing on the side.

    “As guests nationwide welcome a fresh start in the new year, we remain committed to providing guests better-for-you smoothies and food that inspire a healthier lifestyle,” says Charles Watson, CEO of Tropical Smoothie Cafe, LLC. “We understand Mardi Gras celebrations may look a little different this year, but it’s our hope that these fun and bold Mardi Gras flavors transport guests to Tropic Time and provide a moment for a little break.”

    Tropical Smoothie Cafe is also making it easy to bring the celebration home, with the Tropical Smoothie Cafe App that features delivery and order ahead options, craveable rewards, exclusive offers, loyalty benefits and more for both new and existing rewards members. The Tropical Smoothie Cafe App is available to download on the Google Play Store (Android) or Apple Store (iOS).

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