While this morning's announcement tickled your funny bone, this one will tantalize your taste buds: New Cactus Cut Nachos are joining Boston Pizza's starting line-up as of Monday, April 4th. One of Boston Pizza's most popular shareable items, Cactus Cut Potatoes, are being reinvented with unique signature recipes as part of the company's completely revamped nacho line-up. Boston Pizza's famous Cactus Cuts can now be enjoyed as nachos and come in two different varieties – Cheesesteak and Spicy Perogy; new innovative starters that are sure to bring fans to their feet.
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"With the baseball season back in full swing, the time is right to introduce our greatest starter food innovation yet," says Steve Silverstone, Executive Vice President, Marketing, Boston Pizza. "Cactus Cut Nachos are the perfect choice for people who want to share all-star food while watching the big game. They're a flavour-packed combination of our famous Cactus Cut chips layered with our exceptional new toppings."
Ideal for sharing, the Cactus Cut Nachos are available starting on April 4th at Boston Pizza locations across Canada. Guests can choose one of two flavour options – Cheesesteak or Spicy Perogy, or they can try the new Fully Loaded Nachos – a new bigger and better version of Boston Pizza's tortilla nachos which come fully loaded and layered throughout with all the major nacho fixings.
In addition to the new nachos, Boston Pizza is also adding two new delicious wing sauces to its famous chicken wing line-up, including Sambal Chili Heat and Sweet Korean BBQ. To finish your meal on a sweet note, Boston Pizza is adding warm Mini Donuts to the dessert menu – tossed in icing sugar and served with chocolate and berry sauces for dipping.
The new, delicious Cactus Cut Nachos will join Boston Pizza's starting line-up on Monday, April 4th – sharing not required.
SOURCE Boston Pizza International Inc.
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