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Sample Menu from local Restaurants

Get inspired by this Healthy Meeting Food Guide from Nash County, North Carolina, then peruse the list of Hanover dining choices and restaurant menus.

Lou's

Below is the order placed for a meeting in Human Resources.

1

Fresh Garden Salad, serving size small (10-12 servings), dressing (choose 2) Balsamic Vinaigrette

15 

Whole Fruit

7

Lou's Sandwich Buffet, Fillings Roast Turkey, Bread Multi-Grain Wheat

8

Lou's Sandwich Buffet, Fillings Vegetarian with Hummus, Bread Multi-Grain Wheat

1

Delivery Set up within Hanover

 

Total # of Guests 15

 

Paper Products (bowls, cups, napkins, plates, utensils)

Fruit Platter

Hanover Inn

Below is the menu from the Finance and Administration Summer Picnic on August 24th, 2012.

  • Roasted Tomato Gazpacho Soup
  • Fresh Melon and Berry Fruit Salad
  • Toasted Cous Cous
  • Ratatouille Vegetable Salad with Roasted Red Pepper Vinaigrette

 

F+A Summer Picnic Food

  • Local Greens
  • Grilled Chicken
  • Great Hill Blue Cheese
  • Roasted Corn and Black Beans
  • Grape Tomatoes
  • Mustard and Shallot Dressing 

F+A Summer Picnic Food

If you are looking for a quick lunch or dinner, there are a couple of local eateries that help you make healthy choices by allowing you to look at the nutritional information of their offerings online.  See below for links to their websites.  

Subway

Subway

Calculate the Nutrition of the meal before you order: Subway Nutrition Calculator.Subway is the first establishment to submit several menu items for consideration as Healthy Hanover Menu Choices. These menu choices must meet healthy standards similar to those recommended by the American Heart Association for low fat, low sodium, whole grain, and lean protein recipe content. Choose whole grain 6-inch subs with a lean protein such as turkey breast. Stack on the veggies and forgo the chips and soft drink.

Boloco

Boloco


Calculate the Nutrition of the meal before you order: Boloco Nutrition Calculator.

Green Burritos:

The environment is important. Everyone knows that. We try to do our part. Every day. In little ways. It's not about being "green" (and certainly not about being Certified Green, which we are and which we are proud of, but is not the point). It's simply about using our restaurants to make our planet a better place. Today, it's corn cups and bamboo bowls. It's naturally-raised meats and organic tofu. It's composting and recycling and reusing building materials. Even the yawn-able stuff like LED lighting, low-flow waterheads, and Paperstone tabletops and countertops make a difference today. Tomorrow, who knows – the list will only grow. One thing that we do know, we'll be there. Quietly leading the pack and slowly blazing the trail. Doing our part to help the earth without making a big deal of it. One baby step at a time. One burrito at a time.

 

 

Last Updated: 11/27/13