Monday, December 9, 2013

@EatPiccadilly Holiday To-Go This Season

This post brought to you by Piccadilly Restaurants. All opinions are 100% mine.


Does your family have any traditions around the holiday season? Normally I'm the one who actually cooks everything so that's a tradition for us, but this year we switched things up a bit and my mom cooked everything but the sweet potato casserole which I did. I do have to say that it was nice to not have to be in the kitchen all day long. I had much more time to spend with my family and I didn't even have to wash dishes!

This year you can do the same thing by using Piccadilly's Holiday To-Go menu!


Piccadilly Restaurants offer Holiday Feasts To-Go for Thanksgiving and Christmas with your choice of turkey or ham and all the trimmings. Each feast serves 10-14 guests. For a smaller gathering, Piccadilly’s Junior Holiday Feasts can accommodate 4-6 people. All of Piccadilly’s homestyle favorites and desserts are available à la carte, so whether you want the whole meal, just sides or dessert, they’ve got you covered!
Leave the cooking to them this year. Holiday Feasts To-Go orders must be placed at least 36 hours in advance of pickup date.

Turkey and Ham Holiday Feasts are fully cooked, refrigerated and ready to heat. The Holiday Feast To-Go is $54.99 for Turkey or Ham. Junior Holiday Feasts are $29.99 for Turkey and $25.99 for Ham. Piccadilly gift cards are also available tied to a special Holiday savings offer. For every $50 spent on gift cards now through December 31, 2013 a $10 savings card will be issued which can be used towards a Piccadilly purchase from January 1 – January 31, 2014 at participating restaurants.


Using Piccadilly is an amazing way to get your holiday fixings because then you can spend all your time with your family. And who wants to spend all their time in the kitchen? With Picadilly's Holiday To-Go, everything is ready for you!

And if you've ever been to a Piccadilly, then you know the food is great! The last time I went to one was in Florida and it was a very comfortable environment. And don't worry about taking the kids - I was there with 30 of my friends and we had a blast!

So if you're looking for a great way to spend time with your family and not have to cook all day, then chose Piccadilly this year!
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20 comments:

  1. It's great to know that they will cook holiday meals. Their food is great and this would be super convenient!

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  2. I'll admit, it's been a minute since I ate at Picadilly - but it's where my family went once a month with my grandparents when we were little, all the way until they moved into assisted living. Great memories!

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  3. I don't think we have any Picadilly restaurants in our area but their food looks amazing! This is a great service for people who don't want to or can't cook for hte holidays. We spent Thanksgiving at my mom's this year and we're going to two different christmas parties so no big cooking day for me! I will probably invite the folks over for New yea'rs dinner though :)

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  4. The top item with caramel on top had me hypnotized!
    thanks,
    Mitch

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  5. I can't even remember the last time I ate at a Picadilly! We don't have them here in my neck of the woods anymore. Now I'm missing them!

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  6. I had no idea Picadilly did holiday meals. With a baby due right around then, it might be good for us to have a back up plan.

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  7. It has been years since we ate at a Piccadilly, though there's one that too far away from here. My husband's family likes to get together for Christmas with convenient meals (catered or eating out), so this could be an option for us!

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  8. I didn't even know they were still around. Last time I went to a picadilly I was about 11 or 12. Its good that they have you covered for dinner though

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  9. I love this concept! It's been such a long time (years) since I've eaten at Piccadilly, but this sounds like it would be SUCH a great service to use during a hectic season!

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  10. I was JUST telling my husband about Picadilly yesterday! For some reason he has never been to one and I immediately was all "WE'RE GOING ASAP." But, alas, we don't have them in NYC. This post just made me miss it more because the food is just so good!

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  11. It has been so long since I have eaten at a Piccadilly. We used to head there all the time. I wish they would bring it back to NC!!

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  12. We don't have one near us but YUM! Looks so tasty!

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  13. I wish we had one near us. It's too far to drive to from my house! Everything looks so good!

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  14. i haven't heard of picadilly but honestly? my kind of place!!

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  15. I've never heard of this restaurant ever. How is that possible? Those dinners look outstanding too, so now I'm mad!

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  16. Gotta love Picadilly for an at home gourmet dinner! Anything to make life a little easier during the holidays!

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  17. I've never ate a Picadilly before, we don't have them around here. However, the food looks good.

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  18. I love Picadilly's carrot casserole. My dad and I used to eat there for lunch and have the carrot casserole for our dessert. Good memories. No Picadilly close to us in GA, but we do visit it when we head to Atlanta, a treat for the whole family.

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  19. I've never eaten at Picadilly before. Looks like it would be an easy solution to holiday meals.

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  20. I have never heard of Picadilly, but if you went with 30 friends at once and enjoyed it, they have to be good. That's a big group to go to dinner at once.

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