Bojangles’, a Southern culinary staple known for its world-famous chicken, made-from-scratch buttermilk biscuits, and Legendary Iced Tea, recently ranked in the top five in the large chain restaurant category for food in Zagat’s 2012 Survey of Favorite Fast-Food chains. Zagat is the leading global restaurant review organization and its annual survey was based on more than 10,500 diners in categories such as taste, décor, and services.
Bojangles’ has introduced a new coffee called “BoJo.” Specifically blended for Bojangles’ with a rich blend of coffees, BoJo is made from 100 percent Arabica beans.
Bojangles’ new, freshly brewed coffee is a medium roast, premium blend that has a smooth taste for a great cup of coffee.
The drive-thru operation of a quick-service restaurant may seem relatively cut and dried, but operators aren’t resting on their laurels when it comes to their outdoor business. For many brands in the industry, the drive thru can account for anywhere between 50 and 70 percent of sales—no small number in a $200 billion industry.
Breakfast is on a roll.
Even though most Americans prepare or eat their morning meals at home, an increasing number of them are opting for breakfast on the way to work, particularly at quick-service restaurant locations.
Nearly half of consumers visited a limited-service restaurant for their early meal last year, up from a third in 2009. So it’s no surprise that at least half a dozen quick serves launched breakfast dayparts in the past three years, while many others added new menu items.
Bo South Tennessee continues to satisfy Chattanooga, Tennessee, residents' craving for Bojangles' "Famous Chicken 'n Biscuits" with the opening of its eighth location in the city on September 25.
The new Bojangles' features drive-thru and in-store dining beginning with breakfast and continuing through dinner late into the evening. Spanning more than 3,808 square feet, the location carries on the Bojangles' warm, family-friendly tradition in a spacious environment.
Honoring Bojangles’ status as one of the fastest growing restaurant companies nationally, the Charlotte Business Journal has awarded Eric Newman, executive vice president and general counsel for Bojangles’ Restaurants Inc., with its inaugural Corporate Counsel Award.
The Charlotte Business Journal solicited nominations from readers, and a judging panel provided by the Association of Corporate Counsel’s Charlotte chapter and the CBJ editorial staff evaluated lawyers.
Bojangles’ Famous Chicken ‘n Biscuits turned 35-years-old last week—a major milestone for the Carolinas chain that began as a small walk-up restaurant on the South End of Charlotte, North Carolina, at the corner of West Boulevard and South Tryon Street on July 6, 1977.
Commanding a cult-like following unlike any other brand of its nature, today Bojangles’ has served millions of customers, experienced more than $10 billion in revenue since its inception, and operates more than 520 restaurants in 10 states and Washington, D.C.
7 Bo of Central Florida, LLC will celebrate the opening of a new Bojangles’ in Winter Garden, Florida, at 3331 Daniels Road with an extraordinary gift card giveaway on Tuesday, June 26, 2012. Bojangles’ will present the first 100 people in line inside the restaurant with gift cards valued at $25, beginning when it opens its doors at 5:30 a.m.
Tri-Arc Food Systems is satisfying Cameron, North Carolina, residents' craving for Bojangles’ “Famous Chicken ‘n Biscuits” with the recent opening of its 48th location at 1400 NC 24-87 Highway.
Located in the Spout Springs community, the new Bojangles’ features drive-thru and in-store dining beginning with breakfast and continuing through dinner late into the evening. Spanning 3,884 square feet, the new location carries on the Bojangles’ warm, family-friendly tradition in a spacious environment.