New Albany, Ohio (PRWEB) March 15, 2016
This Easter, Bob Evans invites guests to “Discover Farm-Fresh Goodness” by celebrating a hassle-free holiday with friends and family at its restaurants. For those looking for a complete meal to enjoy at home, Bob Evans is also offering its popular Farmhouse Feast again this year.
“Easter is quickly approaching and busy families everywhere are looking for a stress-free way to celebrate, but still have an affordable, family-style experience,” said Matt Harsh, vice president of brand marketing at Bob Evans. “We want families to know that Bob Evans is here to help with the cooking – whether you’re looking to dine-in at one of our restaurants or enjoy a complete meal at home.”
Dine-In for a stress-free Easter Brunch
Bob Evans invites guests to start new family traditions by dining at a Bob Evans restaurant on Easter for a delicious holiday meal with family and friends. On Easter, Bob Evans will open at 6 a.m.* and will offer brunch menu items all day, starting at $4.99. Bob Evans best-in-class breakfast includes guest favorites, such as Farmer’s Choice Breakfast with Cherry Brioche French Toast, it’s served with two cooked-to-order eggs, a farmhouse side, and a breakfast meat; and Border Scramble Omelet, a spicy pepper-jack cheese omelet smothered with a blend of Bob Evans sausage, home fries, diced tomatoes and onions in a zesty ranchero sauce.
Recently, Bob Evans launched “Best-in-Class Breakfast,” a breakfast menu relaunch that uses farm-fresh ingredients, including fresh, never frozen Bob Evans sausage, fresh-cracked eggs from Midwestern farms, 100 percent Florida orange juice, fresh-cut potatoes, and freshly brewed coffee from 100 percent Arabica beans. Furthermore, Bob Evans was recently named America’s best breakfast restaurant, according to a survey conducted by Market Force.
The Farmhouse Feast, a Bob Evans Easter Meal at Home
For families who still want to enjoy a farm-fresh, homestyle meal from Bob Evans, but want to celebrate in their homes, Bob Evans will once again offer the popular Farmhouse Feast, which must be ordered in advance. The meal includes hickory smoked ham served with mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans and ham, buttered sweet corn, coleslaw, rolls and lemon supreme pie. This meal can feed a family of four for $49.99* or a family of eight for $79.99*, which includes a loaf of banana nut bread. Additional servings may be added a la carte.
Guests can order the Farmhouse Feast at any Bob Evans Restaurant or http://www.bobevans.com/our-restaurants/easter and schedule their own pick-up date through Easter Sunday. The meals are fresh and made-to-order, but quantities are limited, so ordering early is highly recommended.
“The Farmhouse Feast allows families to enjoy a wholesome, delicious meal without the fuss and time consuming preparation and post-meal clean-up,” said Harsh. “And most importantly, it’s a great value for families who would rather spend time with each other than in the kitchen during the holiday.”
For more information and restaurant locations, visit http://www.BobEvans.com.
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About Bob Evans Farms, Inc.
Bob Evans Farms, Inc. owns and operates full-service restaurants under the Bob Evans Restaurants brand name. At the end of the third fiscal quarter (January 22, 2016), Bob Evans Restaurants owned and operated 548 family restaurants in 18 states, primarily in the Midwest, mid-Atlantic and Southeast regions of the United States. Bob Evans Farms, Inc., through its BEF Foods segment, is also a leading producer and distributor of refrigerated side dishes, pork sausage and a variety of refrigerated and frozen convenience food items under the Bob Evans and Owens brand names. For more information about Bob Evans Farms, Inc., visit http://www.bobevans.com.
*Price and hours may vary by market.