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Bob Evans Restaurants welcomes guests to enjoy America’s Farm Fresh this holiday season through its turkey that’s slow-roasted for six hours, house-made bread and celery dressing, decadent pies made from farm-fresh ingredients, and more.

Bob Evans' Thanksgiving Offerings Return for Customers

Bob Evans founded his business on the belief that food has the power to bring people together—and this power is truly apparent on Thanksgiving. Mastering signature Thanksgiving recipes for more than 30 years, Bob Evans Restaurants serves slow-roasted turkey, farm-fresh sides and seasonal pies every day. To make your meal planning easy this year, Bob Evans Restaurants is offering a wide variety of meal options this Thanksgiving that can accommodate gatherings of any size and are available for either dine-in, carryout or delivery.

“We’ve been perfecting and serving Thanksgiving meals for decades, so when it comes to planning your meal this year, let Bob Evans Restaurants be your trusted partner. Our Farmhouse Feasts make Thanksgiving dinner simple and allow our guests to spend less time in the kitchen and more time enjoying the company of their loved ones,“ says Bob Holtcamp, president and CMO for Bob Evans Restaurants. “Even if you just need to bring a pie or side dish to a dinner, or are looking for someone else to handle the cooking this year, we can help. No matter how you celebrate Thanksgiving this year, it’s our privilege to play a part in your holiday celebrations.”

Bob Evans Restaurants welcomes guests to enjoy America’s Farm Fresh this holiday season through its turkey that’s slow-roasted for six hours, house-made bread and celery dressing, decadent pies made from farm-fresh ingredients, and more.

Make Bob Evans part of your celebration at home with a Farmhouse Feast

Here to make your holiday mealtime prep simple, Bob Evans’ classic Farmhouse Feasts return, complete with your favorite Thanksgiving entrées like signature slow-roasted turkey and handcrafted sides made from farm-fresh ingredients such as house-made bread & celery dressing, mashed potatoes with gravy, green beans with ham, macaroni & cheese, cranberry relish, freshly baked rolls and pumpkin pie. Farmhouse Feasts are packed cold, so guests can heat, serve and enjoy whenever their Thanksgiving celebration takes place.

Farmhouse Feasts come in various sizes, serving four, eight or up to 10 people starting at $59.99Guests can order their Farmhouse Feast for Thanksgiving by ordering online, or visiting or calling any Bob Evans location. This year, guests have the option to get their Farmhouse Feasts via carryout, curbside pickup or delivery* through Wednesday, November 24.

Plus up your meal at home with sides and pies from Bob Evans Bob Evans also offers family-size versions of all of your favorite Thanksgiving sides, like house-made bread & celery dressing and mashed potatoes with gravy, that start at $8.99 and serve up to six people. Fall celebrations aren’t complete without dessert – and nobody does pie better than Bob Evans. In addition to its everyday classics (Apple, Cherry, Chocolate Peanut Butter), Bob Evans has seasonal favorites coming back this holiday season, including Pumpkin, Pecan and Triple Berry. Whole pies start at $11.49 and orders for pies and sides can be placed at BobEvans.com or over the phone.

Join your hometown Bob Evans Restaurant on Thanksgiving Day

For those looking for a place to celebrate Thanksgiving Day, or to fuel up before preparing a meal at home, all Bob Evans locations will be open 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Guests can enjoy four all-day breakfast options, including the Original Farmer’s Choice, and a Holiday Celebration Platter for lunch or dinner.

The platter includes slow-roasted turkey, three farm-fresh sides, bread and a slice of pie for $14.99. A premium version features both turkey and ham at $16.99. These platters will be available for dine-in, carryout or delivery* from November 15-25. A kid version of the platter will also be offered as a dine-in special for $6.99.

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