Thanksgiving Buffet Starts at $10.99, Kids 4 and Under EAT FREE with Adult Buffet Purchase; FREE Slice of Pumpkin Pie with Each Buffet Purchase
For over 67 years, Shoney’s has been America’s dinner table and it will continue that tradition on Thanksgiving Day, Thursday November 27, as it will be open and will feature a home-cooked Thanksgiving Buffet starting at $10.99. Kids 4 and under will enjoy a FREE BUFFET with an adult meal purchase.
Shoney’s Thanksgiving Day Buffet will serve up freshly prepared, traditional turkey with all the trimmings plus sliced ham, mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans, corn bread and a free slice of pumpkin pie (with each buffet purchased).
“Shoney’s wants to share this special holiday with friends and neighbors by providing home-style goodness and true value with our world-famous friendly service,” said Shoney’s Chairman and CEO David Davoudpour. “It’s one of our team members’ favorite days as they get to serve delicious food with warm, southern-style hospitality to our valued guests. And yes, we’ll do the dishes too.”
In addition to its Thanksgiving Buffet in-restaurant, Shoney’s will also offer Thanksgiving Day Meals To-Go, featuring portion of turkey, ham, dressing, mashed potatoes, green beans, cranberry sauce, house salad, bread roll, corn muffin and a free slice of pumpkin pie, starting at only $8.99.
Buffet and To-Go items, offers, prices and participation may vary. Contact your local Shoney’s restaurant for details.
Shoney’s is a Nashville-based company with more than 160 restaurants in 16 states. Since its humble beginnings in 1947 as a Charleston, West Virginia drive-in restaurant, guests have enjoyed Shoney’s family-friendly, casual dining experience. Visit www.shoneys.com for more information on restaurant hours, locations and special offers. You can also follow Shoney’s on Facebook, Twitter @Shoney’s and YouTube. Shoney’s is also pleased to announce it is now offering franchising opportunities effective immediately. For more information, visit http://www.shoneys.com/franchise/.