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Perkins Restaurant & Bakery is rolling out a catering program.

Perkins debuts catering program nationwide

Family-dining brand of Ascent Hospitality offers new pickup-delivery menu

Perkins Restaurant & Bakery, the family-dining brand, has launched a catering program at more than 180 locations, the company said this week.

The Atlanta-based brand, a division of Ascent Hospitality Management, said its breakfast menu, bakery items, burgers, and more were available on the catering platform.

"At Perkins, we're excited to introduce our catering program, bringing our signature dishes to your special moments. Our guests are always our primary focus, so in developing this program, we remained focused on ease of use and affordability and never compromising on quality," said Diana Garcia-Lorenzana, Perkin’s vice president of marketing.

Perkins said the program is aimed at occasions from family gatherings to corporate events and available through the company website’s catering portal.

Catering orders can picked up or delivery. For delivery, an order minimum is set at 10 people and a minimum order of $150. Perkins intends to continue adding more locations to the platform in the coming months.

"Amidst the growing demand for fresh yet cost-effective dining options, Perkins stands out for its affordable prices and satisfying portions," Garcia-Lorenzana said.

"Partnered with ezCater, our platform promises a seamless ordering experience with a diverse menu, featuring crowd-pleasing favorites like Southern Fried Chicken Biscuits, BBQ Tangler Burger, Hibachi dinners, and our iconic bakery items including pies and Mammoth Muffins,” she said.

Perkins is a division of Atlanta-based Ascent Hospitality Management, which was created after Huddle House bought Perkins in 2019.

Perkins, founded in 1958, has more than 270 company-owned and franchised locations across 32 states and Canada.

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