Boston Market Serves Up Traditional, Holiday Meal Solutions


Boston Market Serves Up Traditional, Holiday Meal Solutions
Boston Market Serves Up Traditional, Holiday Meal Solutions

Boston Market makes cooking or catering easier than ever for those keeping an eye on their wallets this holiday season. According to Boston Market research, the average family spends $12.22 per person and more than six days planning and shopping to create a complete holiday meal. To help make this holiday season more affordable, the Denver-based company is once again offering traditional, holiday meal solutions starting at just $5.50 per person. In addition, Boston Market recently launched a new Holiday Tips page at bostonmarket.com, where festive foodies can find helpful tips, tricks and recipes to help with the hustle and bustle of the busiest time of the year.

“For more than 25 years, choosing Boston Market at the holidays has been an easy way to save time otherwise spent at the grocery store, cooking and cleaning,” said George Michel, CEO, Boston Market. “Our range of high quality holiday meals are made using time-honored recipes, so you can serve your family the delicious dishes they look forward to each year with the same confidence as if you made them yourself.”

Whether guests need an entire spread, a few sides, or just a place to dine out on Thanksgiving Day, Boston Market offers a variety of options from which to choose:

Heat & Serve Holiday Banquets

Starting at around $5.50 per person, hosts need only to heat and serve. Banquets include whole Butterball turkeys; spiral sliced ham; boneless turkey breast; gourmet sides, like sweet potato casserole, mac and cheese or mashed potatoes and gravy; pumpkin, apple and pecan pies; and made from scratch cornbread are fitting, filling options for any celebration. Heat & Serve holiday items can also be ordered a la carte for cooks who want just a few sides to enhance an entrée, a main dish to compliment homemade sides or an indulgent dessert.

Hot & Ready Catering Buffets

Whether the challenge is to delight the whole family gathering around the dinner table, or to satisfy the holiday cravings of co-workers at the annual office party, catering professionals from Boston Market can take care of every detail. Boston Market’s catering options allow you to spend more time enjoying the holidays with three chef-inspired buffet choices:

  • Premium – Starting at $12.29 per person ($14.29 per person for brisket): Premium Buffets start with a choice of our signature rotisserie chicken, Butterball turkey, spiral sliced ham* or beef brisket. Mouth-watering sides include mashed potatoes and gravy, corn and stuffing, cranberry walnut relish, fresh-baked cornbread, and an apple pie and pumpkin pie. (*Ham is served with a side of cinnamon apple topping.)
  • Deluxe – Starting at $10.29 per person ($12.29 per person for brisket): Deluxe Buffets let guests choose from our signature rotisserie chicken, Butterball turkey, boneless ham* or beef brisket. Sides include mashed potatoes and gravy and corn; fresh-baked cornbread; an apple pie and a pumpkin pie. (*Ham is served with a side of Cinnamon apple topping.)
  • Create Your Own – Starting at $9.29 per person: As an alternative to the Deluxe or Premium Buffet selections, guests can create their own meals from our entire menu of entrées, sides and desserts.

Meals can be delivered to your door, piping hot and ready to plate, within 24 hours of ordering. Full menus for Catered Holiday Buffets start at $9.29 per person and are available in restaurants and online at www.bostonmarket.com/catering.

A La Carte

Boston Market restaurants are a resource for partygoers in need of a dish (or three) to bring to a holiday potluck, when time is of the essence or when a home-cooked meal requires just a few more finishing touches. Options include appetizers, entrees, sides and whole pies to please every palate.

Dining Out

For those planning to dine out, all Boston Market restaurants will be open on Thanksgiving Day (hours will vary by location). Restaurants will offer a special menu on Thursday, November 24, that will feature traditional favorites like turkey, sweet potato casserole, mac and cheese, corn, fresh vegetable stuffing and homemade pies.