GOOD EVANS OFFERS WIDE VARIETY OF LENT SPECIALS
Good Evans is excited to offer two new shrimp entrees this Lenten season in addition to their regular menu options.
The Blackened Shrimp Salad has grilled blackened shrimp with red onion, roasted tomato, street corn, sliced avocado, and a lemon wheel on mixed greens.
The blackened seasoning is a house recipe. It was created by one of Good Evan’s chefs from their Lincoln location. The seasoning provides a great spice to the flavorful mix of this salad.
The Shrimp Po’boy Sliders are made with hand-breaded and fried shrimp on a toasted hoagie roll with roasted tomatoes, spring mix, pickled red onion, and remoulade. Guests can choose dressed greens, tots, hash browns or fries with their sliders.
Both entrees are available for a limited time only during Lent. For those who aren’t a fan of shrimp, Good Evans has a great selection of different options for your meatless and fish Fridays.
For salmon lovers, you should know that Good Evans hand cuts their own salmon. They offer a salmon brunch bowl and a salmon Seed Grain which is similar to an open face sandwich. Guests can also add a side of salmon to their salad or entree for an upcharge.
Good Evans has a great variety for vegetarian entrees including an omelet and benedict selection. They also offer a gluten-friendly flatbread made with cauliflower crust, salads, and a veggie pesto mac that is relatively new to their menu
Then again there is always the breakfast & brunch classic of buttermilk pancakes! Good Evans has their own recipe, and you can enjoy them plain or add fruit and toppings to the order.
Good Evans offers salmon and vegetarian entrees all year on their menu and will continue to have seasonal rotations so guests can try new items. You can view more of their menu at GE WEBSITE MENU (goodevans.com) or follow them on Facebook @GOODEVANSbreakfastandlunch.
Good Evans is a chef-inspired breakfast and lunch restaurant that serves their full menu all day. They are open from 6:30 – 2:30 pm daily. They currently have three locations in Nebraska including Kearney, Lincoln, and Omaha.