Erlanger Health System Adds Chicken Salad Chick To Restaurant Options

Monday, July 24, 2017
Josh Patton
Josh Patton

Erlanger Health System and Chicken Salad Chick announced a new partnership bringing the popular restaurant to the Erlanger Medical Mall on Monday, Aug. 21.

 

“Chicken Salad Chick is a great addition when it comes to bringing more options to our associates, patients and their families, said Britt Tabor FACHE, chief financial officer at Erlanger Health System.

“The menu is a welcome option to our already vast choices at the hospital and will make a nice complement to our Baroness Bistro offerings.”

 

Guests will enjoy a menu featuring a variety of savory, spicy and traditional Southern flavors made in-house each day with fresh ingredients. Items include gourmet soups, seasonal salads and side dishes such as their famed broccoli salad topped with crispy bacon or the grape salad with brown sugar pecan topping. There will be vegetarian and gluten free options available as well. The Medical Mall location will use the Chicken Salad Chick app and points system with online ordering and payment available in the fall.

 

With Chick-Fil-A and Subway in the Baroness Bistro and Starbucks located in the Medical Mall, Chicken Salad Chick will be the fifth eatery available at Erlanger’s downtown location.

 

“We are pleased to partner with Erlanger Hospital to provide a fresh and quick dining option for employees, patients, and visitors,” said Josh Patton, owner of Chicken Salad Chick. “We’ve delivered to Erlanger every day for almost two years for lunch orders and caterings and are thrilled to have a permanent location in the Medical Mall.”

 



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