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Shoney’s Will Stay Open Late on New Year’s Eve

December 28, 2018 Industry News
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Shoney’s will be open late on New Year’s Eve as it continues its 70-year tradition of helping party goers celebrate the end of one year while ringing in a new one in style with its All You Care to Eat, Freshly Prepared Breakfast Bar at participating locations. This special food bar will feature freshly-prepared eggs your way, sizzling bacon, home-style grits, biscuits and gravy, pancakes, fruit and more.

“Shoney’s wants to share New Year’s Eve with our friends by doing what we do best,” says Shoney’s chairman and CEO Mr. David Davoudpour. “Our team members have offered to work late on this night to celebrate the New Year with our valued guests and their families by serving up delicious food with warm, southern-style hospitality.”

Most of Shoney’s restaurants will also be open on New Year’s Day with its All You Care to Eat, Freshly Prepared Food Bar during lunch and dinner featuring several “good luck” items including Black-Eyed Peas, Collards and Corn Bread.

Always known for having best-in-class value, Shoney’s was voted one of the best 8 family dining restaurants in the United States in the 2016 Consumer Picks Survey via Nation’s Restaurant News, placing #6 overall. In the survey, Shoney’s was recognized for having the best rating for value among all family dining chains and also scored well for its service, menu variety and diners being likely to recommend it.

Since acquiring the great American eatery in 2007, Mr. 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. Price and participation may vary. Guests are encouraged to contact their local Shoney’s restaurant for further details.

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