DALLAS, Aug. 15, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Cotton Patch Cafe celebrates its Southern roots as it embarks on its Chicken Fried Road Trip now through Oct. 30, featuring daily specials of hand-breaded, deep-fried country classics and new Southern delights.
Road Trip "stops," available Monday-Friday, include:
- Monday: $7.99 Chicken Fried Steak (3 p.m. to close)
- Tuesday: $6.99 Tender Tuesday Basket
- Wednesday: $7.99 NEW Chicken Fried Chicken Sandwich
- Thursday: $4.99 NEW Fried Mac 'N Cheese Sticks
- Friday: $10.99 All You Can Eat Fried Catfish (dine-in only)
"As a Texas-based company, we start thinking about fried foods this time of year, with the state fair coming up," said Cotton Patch Cafe CEO Kathy Nelson. "We wanted to have some fun with great deals on our guest favorites while introducing some delicious, craveable new menu items."
The company will also introduce new mascot Chicken Fried Freddy, whose name was chosen by a social media campaign in which more than 5,000 guests participated. Chicken Fried Freddy will help launch the Chicken Fried Road Trip with appearances at restaurants Aug. 15-26.
All Cotton Patch menu items are made by hand from scratch using the freshest ingredients. More information about the Cotton Patch menu, which varies by location, is available at www.cottonpatch.com.
About Cotton Patch Cafe
Founded in Nacogdoches, Texas, in 1989, Dallas-based Cotton Patch Cafe is a Texas-inspired, homestyle restaurant serving Southern classics in 45 locations across Texas, Oklahoma and New Mexico. Cotton Patch is deeply committed to being a community partner in each town it calls home, and gives to many local organizations and charities in addition to being a major donor to Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children. Recently, Cotton Patch was named among the industry's most significant brands as part of NRN's Top 200 Chains. For more information, visit cottonpatch.com or follow Cotton Patch on Facebook and Instagram.
SOURCE Cotton Patch Cafe