Shoney’s Offering All-You-Can-Eat Thanksgiving Day Buffet

Nov 16, 2016 Industry News
Industry News

On Thanksgiving Day, Shoney's is not only open, but will feature its home-style, Thanksgiving Day Feast, All-You-Care-to-Eat, priced at $11.99 and $5.99 for kids 5 to 10. Kids 4 and under will enjoy a free buffet with an adult meal purchase and each guest who enjoys Shoney’s Food Bar will received a free slice of delicious pumpkin pie.

Shoney’s All-You-Care-to-Eat Thanksgiving Day Feast is a veritable cornucopia of all your traditional Thanksgiving Day favorites, including slow-roasted, hand-carved turkey with all the trimmings, accompanied by sliced ham, creamy mashed potatoes and gravy, home-style green beans, corn bread, and much more.

 “The Thanksgiving holiday is about welcoming friends, family, and neighbors to your table for fellowship and to enjoy and appreciate a hearty meal," says Shoney’s Chairman and CEO David Davoudpour. "Shoney's home-style goodness, unmatched value, and friendly, southern-style hospitality make it the ideal place to share a special Thanksgiving with loved ones. It’s one of our favorite days and we’d love to share it with you. And yes, we’ll even do the dishes."

Shoney's is also pleased to offer its Thanksgiving Feast available To-Go for $11.99 per person. Customers can enjoy their favorites from the Thanksgiving Day Feast, perfect for your family holiday gatherings. In addition, Shoney's delectable whole pumpkin pies can be purchased to-go for $9.99.

Since acquiring the great American eatery in 2007, Davoudpour has been on a driven and spirited mission to reinvigorate and revitalize Shoney’s, a family-friendly, southern-style restaurant brand. Shoney’s is one of the first and has always been one of the most popular family casual dining concepts in the United States.

In order to get back to what Davoudpour confidently calls Shoney’s “Glory Days,” the brand is now growing through franchising following an extensive revitalization effort. Shoney’s is offering franchising opportunities to qualified single and multi-unit candidates. 

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