Old Chicago Tucson rolled out the latest phase of its new menu on Monday, ditching wraps and adding paninis.
Also gone: Steak and shrimp, which weren’t exactly high-demand items, said Old Chicago’s newly installed manager Stacy Ethington.
The menu renovation — which comes ahead of physical renovations planned in coming months — is part of a companywide plan to redevelop the Old Chicago brand. Ethington said the emphasis for the Colorado-based chain is on fresh-made food.
“Everything is made in-house and everything is made from scratch,” he said on Monday, the day the new menu was unveiled.
Ethington said more menu changes will come in January and again in March. The restaurant is open from 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. daily; it opens at 10 a.m. Sundays during the football season.
Read more restaurant news in Thursday's Caliente.