Boston Market launches holiday meal deals

Nov. 16, 2009

To help alleviate holiday stress, Boston Market's chef-inspired Catered Holiday Buffets will feature several packages this year, including Deluxe, Premium and Create Your Own Buffets. The meals include a choice of entrée, sides and assorted whole pies and pie by the slice, and can be delivered to customers' doors, hot and ready to serve, within 24 hours of ordering. The full menus for Catered Holiday Buffets, which start at $9.99 per person, are available in restaurants and online at

For those who still want to do at least some of the cooking this Thanksgiving, Boston Market will offer no-stress gourmet Heat & Serve Holiday Banquets. Customers can pick up a chilled meal at any Boston Market, heat for two hours, and it is ready to serve. The Heat & Serve Banquets include a choice of a whole Butterball Turkey, Spiral Sliced Ham or Boneless Turkey Breast; gourmet sides and pies, and cornbread. Complete banquets include an appetizer such as Spinach Artichoke Dip and crackers. Heat & Serve Holiday Banquet options begin at $5.42 per person.

Heat & Serve Holiday items also can be ordered a la carte for those customers who want a few sides to compliment a homemade entree, a main dish to accompany their own spreads, or a tasty dessert to round out the Thanksgiving goodness.

"Boston Market believes that Thanksgiving should be a time for family and friends to relax and take in the joys of the season," said Lane Cardwell, CEO, Boston Market. "Our traditional holiday meals help families spend more time making memories with loved ones and less time in the kitchen. Holiday hosts can be confident they are serving delicious, high-quality meals when including Boston Market on their Thanksgiving dinner table."

All 521 Boston Market locations also will be open on Thanksgiving Day (hours will vary by location) and will serve a limited menu featuring traditional Thanksgiving favorites such as turkey, Sweet Potato Casserole, Mac & Cheese and Fresh Vegetable Stuffing, as well as apple and pumpkin pies.

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