Perry’s San Antonio To Serve Famous Pork Chop Friday Lunch for Just 79 Cents
Only announced via social media, Perry’s “Flashback Friday” offers special price on cult classic
In celebration of the recent opening of Perry’s in San Antonio and its popular $11.95 PorkChop Friday lunch special, Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille in La Cantera is offering up an even better deal to its patrons and online fans. Perry’s will select at random one Friday to offer a 79-cent Pork Chop Friday lunch to the first 100 people that order it, in honor of the year Perry’s first opened as a butcher shop in 1979. All others who order a Pork Chop Friday lunch that day will receive a gift card redeemable for a lunch chop at a later date.
This “Flashback Friday” will only be announced via Perry’s social media channels – so pork chop fans will need to follow Perry’s on Twitter at @PerrysDining or the Perry’s San Antonio Facebook page at www.Facebook.com/PerrysSanAntonio to find out when the first ever “Flashback Friday” will take place.
“Our Pork Chop Friday lunch special has really become a cult classic,” said Chris Perry, owner of Perry’s Restaurants. “We want to celebrate the loyalty of our fans and maybe win over a couple of new ones. You haven’t truly had a pork chop until you’ve tried our famous chop.”
Regularly $17.95 at lunch, Perry’s Famous Pork Chop is dried, cured and roasted, then caramelized and topped with Perry’s signature herb-garlic butter sauce and served with whipped potatoes and homemade applesauce. Every Friday at lunch, Perry’s serves 2,500 lunch chops company-wide across its nine locations in Texas.
This special offer is for dine-in only (no to-go orders) and available on a first come, first serve basis. Those with reservations will not be eligible for the 79-cent chop.
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