April 2010 Menus

Links to menus from restaurants featured in stories in the April 2010 issue of Restaurant Business magazine.

Profits: Adding a daypart
Virgil’s Real Barbeque
Flying Fish
Michael’s Genuine Food & Drink

Demographics: The many faces of dieting
Pita Pit
Jason’s Deli

Entrepreneur of the Month
South City Kitchen

Foodservice Buyer

Mad Mex
Nove Italiano

On the menu
Rita’s Ice
Chili’s Bar & Grill
Copeland’s of New Orleans
bd’s Mongolian Grill
Las Iguanas
Pick Up Stix
Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville
The Original Pancake House
The Breslin
M. Henry

Emerging cuisines
Dalva e Dito
Brasa Brazilian Restaurant and Wine Bar
Sandella's Flatbread Café

Argo Tea Café

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