Industry News | August 7, 2017

Dickey’s Unveils Tailgate Party Pack for $99

Dickey’s Barbecue Pit
Bookmark/Search this post
Email this story Email this story
Printer-friendly versionPrinter-friendly version

Dickey’s Barbecue Pit, the largest barbecue chain in the nation, is ready to change the game when it comes to tailgate parties. What better way to kick-off the 2017-2018 football season than with low and slow-smoked barbecue delivered for game day? On August 7, the new Tailgate Party Pack will be available to order at your local Dickey’s Barbecue Pit offering guests a more convenient way to order, deliver, set-up, clean-up and of course keep their crew satisfied beyond kick-off.

For just $99, the Tailgate Party Pack easily feeds up to 12 adults, boasting four pounds of Dickey’s most popular slow-smoked meats and enough classic barbecue sides to satisfy a defensive line. The Tailgate Party Pack includes:

  • 2 lbs Brisket
  • 2 lbs Pulled Pork
  • 64 oz Potato Salad
  • 64 oz Coleslaw
  • 64 oz Barbecue Beans
  • 12 Buttery Rolls
  • Serving utensils & plates

Fans can also order or add Dickey’s new Rack N’ Roll Platter ($26), which includes a full rack of ribs and six buttery rolls, to satisfy your crew well into overtime.

Both the Tailgate Party Pack and the Rack N’ Roll platter, along with Dickey’s full menu, can be ordered at dickeys.com. The majority of Dickey’s Barbecue Pit locations are also launching delivery directly through the restaurant or through a third party delivery partner. Orders may also be placed by calling 866-Barbecue.

“Barbecue and big games are a perfect match. We think folks will find our Tailgate Party Pack is a win for parties and a much higher quality alternative to wings or pizza for a similar price,” says Laura Rea Dickey, CEO of Dickey’s Barbecue Restaurants, Inc. “Plus, the Tailgate Party Pack can be ordered for delivery, so no one misses any football. We’re excited to bring slow-smoked barbecue into the delivery space, giving guests more time to enjoy the season.”

News and information presented in this release has not been corroborated by QSR, Food News Media, or Journalistic, Inc.