The smoked sausage biscuit is another way for Bojangles’ to provide the taste and quality our customers have come to expect.
Charlotte, NC (Vocus) September 27, 2010
With the change of seasons comes the return of a made-from-scratch treat from Bojangles’: the smoked sausage biscuit for only 99 cents.
Available beginning Sept. 27, the hickory-flavored smoked sausage biscuit features a smoked sausage slow cooked in natural spices, then split lengthwise and served hot off the grill inside a delicious made-from-scratch buttermilk biscuit. Like all of Bojangles’ menu items, the smoked sausage biscuit will be made fresh throughout the day so the unique flavor of this hearty offering will be available to satisfy customers’ cravings day or night.
“The smoked sausage biscuit is another way for Bojangles’ to provide the taste and quality our customers have come to expect,” said Bojangles’ Senior Vice President of Marketing Randy Poindexter.
The smoked sausage biscuit will be available in all 189 company-owned stores and at participating franchise locations. Just like the fall season, the smoked sausage biscuit won’t be around forever and is only available for a limited time.
Founded in 1977 in Charlotte, N.C., Bojangles' Restaurants Inc. serves only the highest quality and most flavorful food to its loyal customers, with all of its proprietary menu items made from scratch. A special blend of seasonings gives the food its unique flavor, including Bojangles’ core menu selections of world famous chicken, fresh-made-from-scratch buttermilk biscuits and legendary iced tea steeped the old-fashioned way. Bojangles’ also offers biscuit sandwiches that are served all day. Unique sides like Dirty Rice™, Cajun Pintos™ and Seasoned Fries are just a few of the flavorful fixin’ choices. First franchised in 1978, Bojangles' boasts close to 500 locations in 11 states, primarily in the Southeast. The Company was named one of the top 10 growth concepts in 2009 by both GE Capital and QSR magazine. Our strong performance in all three day parts is what sets Bojangles’ apart from all other restaurants. For more information, visit http://www.bojangles.com.