Woody’s Bar-B-Q Rolls Out Comfort Food Combos

Florida-based Woody’s Bar-B-Q can think of no better way to celebrate the New Year than with food. To that end, the classic Southern barbecue chain is pleased to introduce a new limited time offer promotion with the launch of its Comfort Food Combos during the months of January and February. These combination dinners give patrons an opportunity to sample some of what Woody’s Bar-B-Q does best with their choice of three slow-smoked meats and two comfort food-inspired sides.

“January signifies the start of a new year, with all of its exciting possibilities, but it also represents the height of the winter season,” says Yolanda Mills-Mawman, president and COO for Woody’s Bar-B-Q. “Winter is a great time to find comfort in foods that warm you from the inside and take you back to memories of family dinners served around the kitchen table. We felt it was the ideal time to debut our Comfort Food Combos – giving our fans the chance to load up on their favorites or try a few of our slow-smoked classics that they might not have tried in the past. We anticipate a positive reaction from die-hard fans and new guests alike to these stick-to-your-ribs combinations at all of our participating locations.”

Available from January 15 through February 15, 2019 at participating Woody’s Bar-B-Q locations, Comfort Food Combos include a choice of the following slow-smoked meats:

  • Smoked Turkey
  • Smoked Sausage
  • Half Rack Baby Back Ribs
  • Texas Beef Brisket
  • Sliced Bar-B-Q Pork

Patrons who elect to try the Comfort Food Combos during the promotional period will also receive garlic toast and a choice of two sides that include baked or sweet potato, french fries, bar-b-q beans, creamy cole slaw, mashed potatoes & gravy and a selection of country vegetables such as macaroni & cheese, lima beans, okra, and more. Depending on location, the Comfort Food Combo will range in price from $14.99 to $17.99.

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