Captain D’s adds summer deal, continues expansion
Captain D’s, which operates more than 530 seafood restaurants in the United States, is rolling out a Family Meals promotion for the summer.
The Nashville, Tennessee, U.S.A.-based restaurant chain also continues to expand, despite the COVID-19 pandemic.
Captain D’s is debuting a Fish & Chicken Family Meal, which features six fillets of the brand’s Famous Batter Dipped Fish and six breaded Chicken Tenders, served with eight hush puppies and a choice of two family-style sides.
The Fish & Chicken Family Meal will be available for a limited time.
In addition, Captain D’s is offering guests Family Meal deals all year-round with its 10 Piece Fish and 14 Piece Chicken Family Meals, as well as its Seafood Feast, which has 12 pieces of its Famous Batter Dipped Fish, 12 crispy butterfly shrimp, three seafood stuffed crab shells, 12 hush puppies, and a choice of two family-style sides.
"Captain D’s Family Meals are a great way to feed the family effortlessly," said Bindi Menon, vice president of national marketing at Captain D’s, in a press release. "Our family-style meals offer great selection and variety, and are sure to be a hit with all members of the family.”
Captain D’s is continuing to open franchised restaurants as well, including a new franchised location in Clinton Township, Michigan.
The new restaurant marks Captain D’s only Michigan location and expands the brand’s footprint into its 23rd state, it said in a press release.
“Following openings of new restaurants in Carbondale, Illinois; Chillicothe, Ohio; and Milwaukee, Wisconsin, last year, Captain D’s opening in Clinton Township emphasizes the brand’s accelerated franchise development plans for the Midwest region,” Captain D’s said.
Captain D’s is continuing its Midwest development with an opening slated for Champaign, Illinois, later this summer. It is also expanding its footprint across new territories such as Salt Lake City, Utah, which will debut in 2021. That restaurant will mark the franchise’s westernmost point of development in the U.S.
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