Dickey’s Barbecue Pit Launches Big Yellow Box Catering Option

    Industry News | July 23, 2020

    This August, Dickey’s Barbecue Pit is launching its latest catering innovation with its new Big Yellow Box, designed to conveniently and compactly feed small groups for any occasion.

    Designed to serve 12 people, the iconic box offers a convenient, self-contained way for guests to pick-up Dickey’s award-winning catering offerings. The Big Yellow Box options include:

    Pulled Pork Party Pack ($85) – 4 lbs. of pulled pork, large cabbage slaw, large barbecue beans, large potato salad, 12 buttery rolls, pickles, onions and Dickey’s Barbecue Sauce.

    Classic Sandwich Party Pack ($99) – 12 Classic Sandwiches, large Caesar salad, large potato salad, pickles, onions and Dickey’s Barbecue Sauce.

    Original Party Pack ($110) – 2 lbs. of brisket, 2 lbs. of pulled pork, large cabbage slaw, large potato salad, large barbecue beans, pickles, onions and Dickey’s Barbecue Sauce.

    Wings and Ribs Party Pack ($115) – 18 ribs, 24 wings with choice of sauce, large mac & cheese, large cabbage slaw, 12 buttery rolls, Dickey’s Barbecue Sauce and ranch dressing.

    Texas Brisket Party Pack ($155) – 4 lbs. of brisket, choice of three large sides, 12 buttery rolls, pickles, onions and Dickey’s Barbecue Sauce.

    Dickey’s can tailor each Big Yellow Box to fit any occasion. Plateware, serviceware and meal kits are included. Pricing may vary by location.

    “Dickey’s Big Yellow Cup is iconic, which is what inspired us to create the Big Yellow Box,” says Laura Rea Dickey, CEO of Dickey’s Barbecue Restaurants, Inc. “Dickey’s catering has always been a popular option among guests, so we wanted to create something that would be perfect for any occasion and can be easily transported and served. Although some special events have been put on hold, the new Big Yellow Box ensures that our guests can celebrate upcoming milestones wherever they feel safe and comfortable.”

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