Monday, December 9, 2013

Piccadilly Holiday To-Go for holiday meals!

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Piccadilly Restaurants. All opinions are 100% mine.

Here at the Frugal Follies household, we love to get together with family for holiday meals.  If we're in town, we go to my in-laws' home; they make the main dish and I bring side dishes, and we split the desserts.  If we're visiting family in other areas, though, it seems like sometimes the host family ends up cooking all of the meal - and thus they're not enjoying their out-of-town company, i.e., us!

That's where Piccadilly Holiday To-Go can come in handy!  Piccadilly Restaurants offer Holiday Feasts To-Go for Thanksgiving and Christmas with your choice of turkey or ham and all the trimmings. Each feast serves 10-14 guests. For a smaller gathering, Piccadilly’s Junior Holiday Feasts can accommodate 4-6 people. All of Piccadilly’s homestyle favorites and desserts are also available √† la carte.

And compared to buying all of the ingredients individually, Holiday To-Go can be surprisingly affordable! The Holiday Feast To-Go is $54.99 for Turkey or Ham. Junior Holiday Feasts are $29.99 for Turkey and $25.99 for Ham.

And here's another way to save even more - Piccadilly gift cards are also available tied to a special Holiday savings offer. For every $50 spent on gift cards now through December 31, 2013 a $10 savings card will be issued which can be used towards a Piccadilly purchase from January 1 – January 31, 2014 at participating restaurants.

Piccadilly Cafeteria first opened in 1932 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Twelve years later, a budding restaurateur by the name of T. H. Hamilton took the reins with hopes of growing the business. Today, there are more than 60 restaurants and 80 food service locations all across the southeast.  With guest favorites like Fried Chicken, Carrot Souffl√© and our famous desserts, there's always something for everyone at Piccadilly.

Want to learn more about Holiday To-Go?  You can like Piccadilly Restaurants on Facebook or  follow @EatPiccadilly on Twitter

So consider ordering your holiday meal from Piccadilly, and instead of spending the whole time cooking, you can enjoy spending time with your guests!

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