Spuds are the center of attention this February at Souplantation/Sweet Tomatoes, which means new potato-inspired menu items, and of course, the classic baked potato bar.  The restaurants are even bringing back sweet potatoes, a guest favorite that will be featured all month!

February is National Potato Lover’s Month, and with tons of essential vitamins and fiber, what’s not to love?  Potatoes are a low-calorie vegetable that are gluten free, fat free and cholesterol free, and a great source of potassium.  So whether they’re mashed, boiled, baked, or steamed, they’re delicious and nutritious!

“The menu at Souplantation/Sweet Tomatoes continually changes, offering guests the opportunity for a different experience each time they dine with us,” said Joan Scharff, executive director of brand and menu strategy.  “We’re excited to add potatoes to our list of wholesome ingredients allowing guests a healthy indulgence.”

Hurry in to a location near you for featured menu items including Bistro Potato Salad, Roasted Potato Focaccia, Cream of Rosemary Potato Soup, Sweet Potato Corn Chowder Soup, Cheesy Scalloped Potatoes with Bacon and much more. Souplantation / Sweet Tomatoes is even giving out their recipe for a guest favorite, , Golden Yam Bisque, in restaurants from February 15-28. Visit the company’s new blog at for tater recipes you can enjoy at the restaurant or make at home.

Souplantation/Sweet Tomatoes is also taking the potato party online.  Visit our Facebook page for menu updates, fun facts and more, and play “Hot Potato” for a chance to win free meal passes.  And follow Souplantation/Sweet Tomatoes on Twitter for fun Potato Month games and giveaways.

For more information on Souplantation / Sweet Tomatoes or Potato Lover’s Month, visit or  Check out the Souplantation/Sweet Tomatoes blog at  Guests can also become a fan of Souplantation/Sweet Tomatoes at and follow Souplantation/Sweet Tomatoes on Twitter at


  1. I’m sad to report that I do not love your potato promotion. I went to Sweet Tomatos last night. To my great disappointment, their was an over-abundance of cream-based soups, and the available hot foods included mac-n-cheese and broccoli SWIMMING in cheese sauce. There were no whole grain options in the bread section and I ultimately left starving. I ate my green salad and went home starving.

  2. I would live the recipe for the potato focaccia bread recipe. I had this at the Largo store and it was wonderful.
    Thank you, Leslie

  3. I recently had lunch in your Costa Mesa store. The Sweet Potato Creamed Corn and Ham Chowder was out of this world! I have searched your site and other sites on the web for the recipe it was so delicious. I would love it if you could send it to me, please.

  4. My sister and i recently had lunch at your restaurant and LOVED it.
    We also loved your Golden Yam Bisque soup just great!
    I would love it if i can get the recipe .
    Thank you, Sandra

  5. I want to thank you for coming to Naples, FL. I wrote to you about 6 years requesting you to come to Naples. We plan to go there this week and enjoy your food. We’re up in our 80’s and just didn’t like to drive to Ft Myers on 75 to eat at your Sweet Tomatoes there, Thanks again and you’ll be see us offen!

  6. I want to say thanks for coming to Naples. I requested this about 6 years ago! We’ll see you offen!

  7. We eat at the kansas city missouri location at least once a month if not more. We usually can only go if they send us the coupons as the dinner is a little high, but well worth the price for dinner with coupon and we love the soups especially.
    Wish they had cookies all the time. We have to ask most of the time and feel like beggers but they are so good and only offered every now and again.
    Love sweet tomato, love sweet tomato, love sweet tomato.

  8. Please bring back the strawberry and carmel sauces for the dessert bar. I would love to see move vegetarian soups as well.

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