If you are going to be in San Francisco tomorrow (Saturday, May 24, 2014) you need to get yourself over to the 24th Street Papalote Mexican Grill location because for one day only they are offering a mac and cheese burrito. And we all know if you miss out on this, you will regret it.
Dubbed the Soulrrito, the culinary feat consists of a combined salsa-infused macaroni and cheese, tri tip beef, collard greens, yams and a flour tortilla (soul food indeed). The limited time only mac and cheese burrito is possible thanks to a collaboration of not just the best two foods, but also of owner Miguel Escobedo and a multitalented woman named Pam, owner of Piccadilly Catering and Restaurant.
A San Francisco Restaurant is Selling a Mac and Cheese Burrito
1. Fusion Foods - Combining unexpected flavors and cuisines to create new and unique dishes like mac and cheese burritos can attract adventurous food lovers and create buzz for restaurants.
2. Limited Time Offerings - Creating limited time offerings like the Soulrrito can spur urgency and excitement, driving foot traffic and sales for restaurants.
3. Collaborative Cuisine - Collaborations between different restaurants and chefs can lead to innovative combinations like the mac and cheese burrito, potentially popularizing a new hybrid dish and increasing cross-promotion opportunities.
1. Food and Beverage - The food and beverage industry can capitalize on fusion foods and limited time offerings by experimenting with new and unique combinations to attract customers and increase sales.
2. Hospitality - Hotels and resorts can showcase their culinary expertise and cater to guests' taste preferences by offering limited time fusion food dishes.
3. Event Planning - Event planners can collaborate with restaurants and chefs to create unique and memorable food experiences, which can attract attendees and increase event attendance.