Health & Safety

September 27, 2013

Back Street Café introduces Healthy Base Initiative lunch specials

Linda Welz
452 AMW public affairs

The Back Street Café on base is jumping on the Healthy Base Initiative train with the introduction of healthy, daily lunch specials that begin Oct. 1.

The promotions will feature a difference special each day between 11:00 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. and will run for 60 days. At the end of the 60-day trial, they will introduce four new, healthy options that will be tested for 60 more days.

The first four choices to run, each less than $10, are a grilled, Portabello Sandwich on a wheat bun with your choice of one side; a California Chef’s Salad, complete with chopped oranges and apples; Tequila-Lime Chicken with a side of vegetables and a baked potato; and a steak and shrimp dish with vegetables and a baked potato.

Visit them to leave your comments and suggestions or to find out the daily special or you can order ahead by calling 951-655-3663. Club members get $1 off.

During these promotions, please email your suggestions or kudos to
iniquez.aleman.2@us.af.mil.




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