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Fatz Cafe Introduces the Calabash Fried Turkey, Brined in Sweet Tea

Fatz Cafe Introduces the Calabash Fried Turkey, Brined in Sweet Tea

Greenville, S.C., November 16, 2016 – For the first time ever, Fatz Cafe is offering a Calabash Fried Turkey as a take-home option during the week of Thanksgiving. The Calabash Fried Turkeys are brined in Fatz Famous Sweet Tea and brown sugar for 18 hours, hand-rubbed with the special Calabash blend of seasonings, and fried locally in each Fatz kitchen.

The convenient, take-home package includes a 10-12 lb. turkey with simple reheating instructions for only $44.99. A full Thanksgiving meal for a family of 6-8, which includes a Calabash Fried Turkey, Southern-style Green Beans, Red-Skinned Mashed Potatoes, Cornbread Stuffing, Gravy, Cranberry Sauce, Poppy Seed Rolls and Sweet Tea, is available for only $69.99.

Fatz will also open its doors on Thanksgiving Day from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. for those guests who prefer to dine out, serving Thanksgiving specials and the full dinner menu.

“Opening on Thanksgiving Day has allowed our Fatz teams to play a special role in our guests’ holiday since 2008,” said Zac Painter, Vice President of Marketing for Fatz. “And now, for those guests who spend Thanksgiving Day at home, they can enjoy our new Calabash Fried Turkey – straight from our Southern kitchen to theirs.”

Calabash Fried Turkeys may be pre-ordered now, and will be available for pick-up between Saturday, November 19th and Thanksgiving Day. Pre-orders are required and supplies are limited.

All Fatz restaurants will be open on Thanksgiving Day from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., offering a traditional Thanksgiving dinner that includes Turkey Breast, Red-Skinned Mashed Potatoes, Gravy, Cornbread Stuffing, Southern-style Green Beans, Cranberry Sauce and a slice of Pumpkin Pie for $10.99. The full dinner menu and seasonal drink specials will also be available. To find a local Fatz Cafe location, visit www.fatz.com/locations.

 

About Fatz Cafe
Fatz Cafe was founded with humble beginnings in 1988 in Spartanburg, South Carolina, serving guests Southern-influenced food out of a converted peach shed. Its cravable, quality food, served with sincere Southern hospitality in a warm, welcoming atmosphere has allowed the concept to grow, and today there are 45 Fatz Cafe restaurants across the Carolinas, Georgia, Tennessee and Virginia. With a strong group of operating partners and a support team of seasoned professionals, the company is poised for continued growth in the Southeast and beyond.