Categories
#foodbeast Adventures FOODBEAST Restaurants SPONSORED

This Orange County Restaurant Serves Nashville Hot Frog Legs

What’s not to love about vacationing? There is no better feeling than waking up in a new place and being able to explore the world around you through sights, sounds, and – of course – food.

If you’re planning a trip in the next few months, you should take advantage of the savings that participating Hilton hotels in Los Angeles and Orange County are offering. They will help you save big on those meals away from your hotel – after you’ve exhausted the expansive breakfast buffet, of course.

If you’re looking for a recommendation, check out the Nashville Hot Frog Legs at Bosscat Kitchen & Libations when you stay at the Hilton Irvine/Orange County Airport. With an Instagram-worthy menu and full-bar, Bosscat has something for everyone in your party.

With the Hilton Los Angeles/Orange County Dine in/Dine Out package, you will receive up to 20 percent off your tab at participating local restaurants and unique foodie experiences.

As winter comes to a close, the welcoming shores of Los Angeles and Orange County will soon be ready for outdoor activities and there’s no shortage of amazing restaurants to try after you’ve worked up a sweat or just spent the day relaxing soaking in the sun.  

Los Angeles and Orange County have some of the most vibrant food communities in Southern California, ranging from high-end five course meals to quick to savory bites, like those found at the Anaheim Packing District. With Hilton’s Dine In/Dine Out package you’ll be able to experience it all.

Photos by Evan Lancaster


Created in partnership with Hilton Hotels

Categories
Fast Food What's New

Arby’s Serves Up Nashville Hot Fish Sandwich For Lent

Photo courtesy of Arby’s

Arby’s is kicking off the new year hot in preparation for the Lenten season. In a time where fish sandwiches flourish in the fast food market, the popular chain is taking things a step further with an item that’s sure to light a fire in customers’ bellies.

Brand Eating reports that the restaurant is introducing a new Nashville Hot Fish sandwich.

The sandwich boasts a crispy-fried filet of Alaskan Pollock that’s coated with Nashville Hot seasoning. It’s served with shredded iceberg lettuce, a parmesan peppercorn ranch sauce, and dill pickles on a sesame seed bun.

For those looking for something a little sweeter to pair with their meat, Arby’s is also offering a version that replaces the sesame bun with a King’s Hawaiian bun.

To coincide with the Nashville sandwich launch, Arby’s is also bringing back their seasonal Crispy Fish Sandwich. Both items will be available presumably until April 1, 2018, Easter Sunday.