Feeding the family responsibly during the frantic holiday rush can be a challenge. It’s one Oasis Café wants to help solve. Hungry shoppers can take advantage of Oasis Cafe’s holiday ‘Curbside Service’ and take home a healthy, hearty dinner to enjoy. The three-course dinner is offered seven nights a week from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. and is a great value at $25 for two people and $50 for four, not including tax.
“It’s super easy and convenient,” says Will Keesen, General Manager. “Our guests can simply call us at 801-322-0404 and we’ll deliver to their car in 20 minutes!” Reserved curbside parking at the east/upper entrance of Oasis Café makes it a breeze. Instructions on presentation and re-heating will be included. In keeping with the Oasis Café’s mission of environmental responsibility, all bags and containers are made from recycled goods and are ecologically friendly.
How to Order Oasis Café Dinner for Curbside Pick-Up
* Available from 4:00pm-9:00pm
* Choose your items from the Curbside Pick-Up Menu
* Call Oasis Café at (801) 322-0404. Place your order 20 minutes before pick-up time.
* For expedited service, give your credit card information at the time you place your order.
* Pull up to the designated curb in our upper east parking lot.
* Call (801) 322-0404 to let the restaurant know that you have arrived and Oasis will bring the food to you, along with a credit card receipt (for signature). Cash payments are fine too.
Family-style house salad or quart of Oasis Café’s famous tomato fennel soup
Entrée Selections (choice of one serves two people)
Grilled Atlantic salmon with Gorgonzola polenta cake and seared vegetables
Wild mushroom strazzopretti — curled pasta in a delicate cream sauce
Chicken breast over corn risotto with avocado salsa
Mediterranean salad with Yukon gold potatoes, roasted red onion, hummus, olives, and a roasted garlic vinaigrette served with your choice of grilled salmon or roasted chicken breast
Dessert (choice of one)
Decadent Chocolate Cake
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