6 barbecue-inspired family meals to celebrate Memorial Day 2020, support Round Rock, Pflugerville, Hutto restaurants

With social distancing measures still in place, celebrate Memorial Day weekend from the comfort of your home with these takeout family packs. (Courtesy Hopdoddy Burger Bar)
With social distancing measures still in place, celebrate Memorial Day weekend from the comfort of your home with these takeout family packs. (Courtesy Hopdoddy Burger Bar)

With social distancing measures still in place, celebrate Memorial Day weekend from the comfort of your home with these takeout family packs. (Courtesy Hopdoddy Burger Bar)

Memorial Day is just around the corner, and the holiday provides an opportunity to commemorate the men and women who have sacrificed their lives while serving in the armed services.

With social distancing measures still in place, celebrate Memorial Day weekend from the comfort of your home with these takeout family packs.

  1. Cheddar’s Scratch Kitchen-Pflugerville

    Kick back and relax with Cheddar’s Scratch Kitchen’s summer-themed family bundles, featuring chicken tenders, lemon chicken and smoked baby back ribs meal options. Meal kits are served with honey butter croissants and classic Southern sides. Salads and drinks are available as add-ons.

    Cheddar’s Scratch Kitchen

    15119 N. I-35, Pflugerville


    512-990-9600

    https://cheddars.com

  2. Hopdoddy Burger Bar-Round Rock

    Quarantine in Memorial Day fashion with Hopdoddy’s cheeseburger meal kits, with five servings included. The kit includes ingredients for cheeseburgers with all the fixings as well as truffle fries.

    Hopdoddy Burger Bar

    2600 Hoppe Trail, Round Rock

    512-310-2337

    www.hopdoddy.com

  3. Lucky’s Grill-Round Rock

    Is it a cookout if there are no hotdogs? Lucky’s Grill is offering ready-to-heat family packs, featuring chili cheese dogs, Chicago dogs and Italian beef sandwiches. Family pack add-ons include 2-liter sodas and potato chips.

    Lucky’s Grill

    300 Hesters Crossing Road, Round Rock

    512-828-4300

    https://luckysgrilltx.com

  4. The Downtown Hall of Fame-Hutto

    Ring in the start of summer with The Downtown Hall of Fame’s family packs, which feature cheeseburger, bacon cheeseburger, chicken tender and fried chicken sandwich offerings. The restaurant also offers takeout, mixed drinks and alcoholic beverages with food orders.

    The Downtown Hall of Fame

    205 East St., Hutto

    512-642-3624

    https://thedowntownhalloffame.e-tab.com/thedowntownhutto#!/order-type

  5. Dickey’s Barbecue Pit-Round Rock

    Whether you are looking to pack your plate with some fresh barbecue or are itching to dig into some casserole and slaw, Dickey’s Barbecue Pit offers meal bundles, side packs and some extra barbecue sauce for the whole family.

    Dickey’s Barbecue Pit

    661 Louis Henna Blvd., Round Rock

    512-244-2877

    www.dickeys.com/locations/texas/round-rock

  6. Red Rooster’s-Pflugerville

    Whether it is dinner for two this Memorial Day or you have a whole family in tow, Red Rooster’s has family and date packs ready to serve. Date night packages include two cheeseburgers, fries and a half-gallon of margaritas. The family option features cheeseburgers, chicken nuggets, fries and milkshakes for a sweet and savory combination.

    Red Rooster’s

    109 E. Pecan St., Pflugerville

    512-945-7538

    www.roosteraustin.com

By Kelsey Thompson
Kelsey Thompson is the reporter for Round Rock, Pflugerville and Hutto, where her work focuses on education, city government and community development. Originally from Upstate New York, Kelsey relocated to Austin after graduating from Syracuse University in May 2019.


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