Seafood season is back and Shoney’s is casting the widest net.Shoney’s, the iconic, All-American restaurant brand, which celebrated its 70th anniversary in 2017 of being America’s Favorite Dinner Table, is honoring the Lenten period, when seafood is at the top of everyone's wish list, with several freshly-prepared seafood offerings and a new dessert.
Shoney’s, which celebrated its 70th anniversary in 2017 of being America’s Favorite Dinner Table, is giving America permission after the holiday spending to go out to dinner—and lunch—again, as it is featuring its popular Perfect Pairing offering at participating locations for a limited time.
Shoney’s is once again offering its now-famous annual national free Hot Fudge Cake Day December 7.The brand will offer its popular dessert at no cost and with no purchase required to its loyal fans and new guests.
Shoney’s, America’s Dinner Table for 70 years, is continuing to celebrate its milestone anniversary with a Pumpkin Infusion, bringing back seasonal favorite pumpkin offerings, all freshly-prepared and made-to-order in a variety of ways, during its annual Fall Fest.
Nothing says 'Thank You” like an incredible breakfast and Shoney’s is going to prove it, as the iconic all-American restaurant brand will thank our nation’s veterans and troops with a free All You Care To Eat, freshly-prepared Breakfast Bar on Veterans Day, this year on November 11 from 6 to 11 a.
Shoney’s, America’s Dinner Table for 70 years, is ready to party like its 1947 with its “7-7-7” promotion, rolling back prices to the year it changed America forever. The iconic, All-America brand, will feature 7 different freshly-prepared items, 7 days a week for 7 weeks for only 70 cents each at all of its restaurants nationwide.
As America prepares for Monday’s total solar eclipse and its citizens seek the path of totality, all roads will lead to Shoney’s as the iconic, All-America brand will treat its guests to free eclipse glasses and a free MoonPie with meal purchase while supplies last on August 21.
During Nashville-based Shoney’s 70th Anniversary convention, the entire franchise and corporate system gathered in Nashville for a meal pack-a-thon to benefit three local organizations that share missions to feed the hungry and help those in need.
As it nears its 70th anniversary as America’s Dinner Table, Shoney’s is introducing a limited time summer offering when it offers guests a creative twist on some of its classic menu items, including a Cheddar Stuffed Burger, Pancake Sliders and Fried Biscuit Doughnuts, aptly name “Bonuts,” and more.
Shoney’s, the iconic, all-American restaurant brand, reopened its restaurant in Nashville on Donelson Pike after it underwent an extensive interior and exterior remodel. The new restaurant design will serve as the prototype for all newly constructed and remodeled Shoney’s locations nationwide.
Shoney’s, the iconic, all-American brand, has signed a franchise agreement to bring a new Shoney’s to Fultondale by summer of 2017. Local entrepreneur Frank Hall of Big H LLC will open the new Shoney’s at 1234 Boots Blvd.
The hunt for a delicious meal on Easter ends at Shoney’s, as the iconic All-American restaurant brand, America’s Dinner Table for 70 years, will continue its tradition of featuring a home-style Easter Freshly Prepared Feast on April 16 featuring traditional holiday favorites, as always, delicious and a great value.
It's that time of year when fresh seafood is at the top of everyone's wish list and Shoney's has netted four great new items for its lineup, as well as an enhanced Friday Night Endless Seafood Freshly Prepared Real Food Bar.
Nothing expresses love quite like chocolate and Shoney’s is giving is giving its signature and most popular dessert, Hot Fudge Cake, away for free on Valentine’s Day to guests who purchase its all you care to eat freshly prepared Special Food Bar, which features delectable classics, such as steak and seafood, fresh salad, fruit and much more.
Forty-six years ago, Rory Smith was facing down an interrogation. The information at stake? “They said you have to be 16 and I said, ‘Well I am 16,’” Smith recalls.Nearly half a century later, that might have been the most important lie of Smith’s life.