Tuesday, July 24, 2012
Assistive equipment is designed to help both walk-in and drive-through customers to order.
Dining out can be tough for persons with hearing or language problems. Culver’s in Eureka is unveiling technology to make the process easier. The restaurant is now offering a pen and pad system called Order Assist™ that lets customers communicate with staff and write their orders for faster service and less chance of error. The service is available for both counter and drive-through customers. Drive-through customers can press a button to alert staff, then fill out the order form and hand it to the server. Returning customers at the counter and the drive-thru can prepare their order forms in advance and cut down on service time. The Eureka restaurant is the only Culver's in the St. Louis area to offer the service currently. The National …
Thursday, February 3, 2011
Take your special loved one out for a Feb. 14 meal at White Castle in Eureka.
Planning a nice, romantic dinner out with your special loved one? Let Eureka-Wildwood Patch help with the details. Lori Braun, manager of the Eureka White Castle, is planning to host a special evening meal at the restaurant from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Valentine’s Day, Feb. 14. She said it was the first year for the Eureka White Castle to host a Valentine’s Day event. The restaurant, decorated in the Valentine’s theme, will offer a special dinner: The Sweetheart Meal Deal, consisting of either the Sack Meal No. 1 (four original sliders, medium fry and small soft drink) or Sack Meal No. 10 (10 original sliders, two medium fries and two small soft drinks). An online coupon for $1 off a "Sack of Sides" (limited to fries, onion rings or…
Friday, January 28, 2011
A delightful dine-in experience at “take out” prices is waiting at this Eureka restaurant.
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- Jo Beck
Friday, January 28, 2011
If there is a competition for hot and sour soup, Eureka’s China Wok should register as soon as possible. They would win hands down. We were pleasantly surprised on our first visit to the Legends Parkway eatery. The restaurant is elegant and spacious, with cozy booths and tables spaced far apart so it made it easy to talk with other diners at your table. We were immediately greeted by an impeccably dressed, efficient server. Everyone in our party had soup, and it was a hit on a cold winter day. For me, it was the highlight of the meal. The hot and sour soup was heartier than any that we’ve had before. It included mushrooms, tofu, strips of pork, carrots and water chestnuts in a savory, slightly spicy broth. The restaurant provided …