Local Restaurants Partner To Offer Easter Dinner Car-Hop Style

Wednesday, April 1, 2020

Charlie’s BBQ & Bakery, 2309 East Main St., and Mindy B’s Deli, 828 Georgia Ave., announce a partnership to offer complete Easter meals delivered directly to your car. Both restaurants remain open for take-out and catering and are wanting to offer some sense of normalcy to their customer base through full Easter dinners.

“Our friends at Charlie’s posted on social media that they were considering smoking hams for Easter and we were considering offering sides, so I reached out,” said Mindy Benton, owner of Mindy B’s Deli.

“The road in front of Mindy B’s is currently closed making it hard for them to offer curbside pick-up, and we have a parking lot. It makes sense to form this partnership to help our customers and both restaurants,” said Elizabeth St Clair, operating partner of Charlie’s BBQ & Bakery.

Ordering an Easter meal is as simple as placing two phone calls and driving up to Charlie’s for car hop pick-up, officials said.

For smoked ham and cake orders, contact Charlie’s BBQ & Bakery at 423-541-1500. For sides to accompany your ham, call Mindy B’s Deli at 423-521-7932. Sides will be delivered to Charlie’s BBQ & Bakery for pick-up with your ham and cakes on Saturday, April 11.

When you order from both restaurants be sure to mention the “Partner Pick Up” to receive $5 off of your ham order from Charlie’s and also $5 off two or more sides ordered from Mindy B’s. All orders must be received by Wednesday, April 8.

“I’m very excited to see what two beloved, small, locally-owned restaurants can do when we work together” said Ms. Benton.


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