Friendsgiving is not the only holiday trend unfolding. In recent times, more families are heading out to restaurants for Turkey Day than ever before. So a real trendsetter might look to take Friendsgiving off campus and to a fine dining establishment. Heck, you won’t have a single dish to clean either!
Red Robin Gourmet Burgers and Brews Celebrates Friendsgiving
Gobble ’em up while you can! Red Robin Gourmet Burgers and Brews (Red Robin) is giving back to those who get together for Friendsgiving this year by offering a 10 percent discount on Gourmet Turkey Burger Bar orders from Monday, Nov. 20 through Friday, Nov. 24.
“Nothing brings friends together quite like burgers, even during Thanksgiving season,” said Dana Benfield, senior vice president and chief marketing officer at Red Robin. “Red Robin’s Gourmet Turkey Burger Bar is the ideal solution for those who don’t have hours to spend preparing a meal, yet want contribute to their Friendsgiving gathering in a way that everyone can enjoy.” Read more.
Friends find new way to celebrate upcoming holiday
With “How I Met Your Mother” and “Friends” as inspirations for cheeky jokes and recipe reveals, Friendsgiving gives students the opportunity to make memories for when future Thanksgivings end with having to wash their dentures. Having an almost three-hour flight between her and her home, Bari Weinreich, a sophomore majoring in business management, is planning to host Friendsgiving a few days before going home to Providence, Rhode Island. “I wanted to host a Friendsgiving to have fun with my friends before we all go home for Thanksgiving and to bring people together,” Weinreich said. “I plan to have snacks, and drinks, and definitely potatoes. I might make a vegan pumpkin pie. Maybe for someone to host a potluck Friendsgiving every year, we could trade off host homes.” Read more.
3 Hot Tips And Trends For Holiday Entertaining This Season
No sooner than midnight hit Halloween than the decorations were up at retail stores and television commercials exploded for the holidays. People are feeling the stress already, but maybe none more than Millennials who may be preparing for their first Thanksgiving on their own or who may just want to do something different from seasons past. However, let’s face it, no matter what your age, we could all use some good ideas and shortcuts to keep things fun and maybe even start some new traditions. Naturally, there are many great options from which to choose as well as a variety of current trends. Read more.