NASHVILLE, Tenn.--()--In celebration of the newest O’Charley’s menu items, members of the military will be among the first to experience O’Charley’s fresh-from-our-own- bakery pies available in five delectable flavors. Coinciding with “National Pi Day,” traditionally used to celebrate mathematics, soldiers stationed in Tennessee, Ohio, Florida, Georgia, Alabama and South Carolina will receive whole pies to enjoy.
“I’m thrilled to know that our troops will enjoy our new O’Charley’s pies this Easter holiday.”
“O’Charley’s has a longstanding tradition of supporting our military and this is our way of continuing to thank our servicemen and women,” said Mickey Mills, President of O’Charley’s. “I’m thrilled to know that our troops will enjoy our new O’Charley’s pies this Easter holiday.”
All O’Charley’s pies are fresh from our own bakery and made with high-quality ingredients like freestone Peaches, Michigan Apples and semisweet chocolate. O’Charley’s restaurants bake pies and freshly prepare whipping cream in-house every day.
Guests may order a slice or take home a whole pie. In either case, O’Charley’s pies include all the toppings like real whipping cream, milk chocolate shavings or pecan halves. Guests may pick up their whole pies for the Easter holiday at your local O’Charley’s restaurant.
The new pie flavors include:
Semisweet chocolates are blended into a fluffy, mousse-like filling in a flaky pastry crust. This pie is topped with real whipped cream and milk chocolate shavings.
A southern classic, this pie is made with butter and brown sugar and then topped with a layer of pecan halves.
This is an “old-fashioned” double-crust apple pie made with sweet, crisp Michigan apples blended with cinnamon and other delicate spices.
Ooey Gooey Caramel
A signature dessert, this is made with a graham cracker crust and creamy caramel, topped with whipped cream chocolate shavings and pecans.
Double Crust Peach
This tender, flaky double-crust pie is filled with sun-ripened freestone peaches.
O’Charley’s, headquartered in Nashville, Tenn., include 213 restaurants in 20 states in the Southeast and Midwest, including 207 company-owned and operated O’Charley’s restaurants and six restaurants operated by franchises and joint venture partners.
About American Blue Ribbon Holdings:
American Blue Ribbon Holdings (ABRH) is a diversified food service company that operates or franchises more than 690 company and franchise restaurants in 43 states. ABRH brands include O’Charley’s, Ninety Nine, Max & Erma’s, Village Inn, Bakers Square, and Legendary Baking. ABRH is a majority-owned subsidiary of Fidelity National Financial, Inc. (NYSE: FNF). For more information on American Blue Ribbon Holdings, please visit http://www.abrholdings.com/.