Move over, basic breakfast sandwich. Fast-casual 2.0 concepts are leading the morning revolution…
As Madonna, Cher, and Beyoncé know, sometimes one name is all you really need. Just ask this San Francisco fast casual, which regrouped, rebranded, and renamed itself in a bid for further expansion.
Split named one of the top quality quick service restaurants in the SF Bay Area.
Leading the way in the category of fine, fast casual restaurants, Split Russian Hill will offer an all-day menu that encompasses breakfast, lunch and dinner in a casual setting.
Offering breakfast, lunch and dinner, the menu might include chorizo hash with poached pasture eggs, kale and sweet potatoes, for example, or Mt. Lassen trout with roasted sunchokes and pickled fennel for dinner with a butterscotch pot de crème for dessert.
The new moniker “‘splits’ the difference, bringing together the best aspects of fine-dining and quick service,” said co-owner David Silverglide. “Today’s diners want high-quality food, delivered in an instant, in a casual setting.”
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