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Bret Michaels now has his own salad at the Hard Rock Cafe in Pittsburgh.

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Bret Michaels now has his own salad at the Hard Rock Cafe in Pittsburgh.

 

Bret_Hair_87_2013_1nsetHard Rock Cafe – On July 2, POISON frontman rocker and Pittsburgh-area native Bret Michaels stopped by Hard Rock Cafe in Pittsburgh to introduce the new Bret Salad, as well as celebrate his personal guitar donation to Hard Rock‘s world-famous memorabilia collection.

Michaels‘ menu item, the Nicoise Salad, will feature grilled tuna filet on a bed of bibb lettuce, mixed greens with green beans, grape tomatoes, hardboiled egg, cannellini beans and radishes served with lemon Dijon dressing. It will be available for $14.50 throughout the month of July at Hard Rock Cafe in Pittsburgh. This is an extension of Bret‘s partnership with Hard Rock. A portion of the retail price of the salad will benefit the Bret Michaels Life Rocks Foundation which supports charitable causes that are near to Bret‘s heart. The Foundation sends newly diagnosed Type 1 children to diabetes education camps and supports other causes such as veterans organizations, children’s hospitals and pet charities.

Global entrepreneur and philanthropist Bret Michaels also donated his Pittsburgh Steelers guitar, one of only two in the world, to become a permanent part of the brand’s world-famous memorabilia collection.

The 77,000+ piece Hard Rock collection, which celebrates new and legendary music icons, is the world’s greatest collection of music memorabilia.

Pictures provided by Laurel Mundth of Coyne PR

Photo credit for images with salads & guitar: Hard Rock International/Ed RiekerAP Images for Invision

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  • ElectricGypsy

    nice to see comments are finally enabled again.

    is there anything Bert won’t do for a buck or an ounce of attention?

  • Tommy Simonic

    Nice to see him more worried about tossing salads than he is tossing a new poison album together for his fans.this guy is really starting to get on my nerves.

  • Michael Young

    I hope his salad is better than the worthless cover band he calls a solo band. He played in Lake of the Ozarks on July 4th and they did more cover songs than Poison songs. And on top of that he cut his set short, and this was all at a cost of 60 bucks. Luckily the next nite Cheap Trick played and made the weekend worth it.