Calgary, Canada, February 08, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- It's Carnival month. It is a month marked with celebrations of over-indulgence in food just ahead of Lent. Joey's is infusing a bit of heat this winter with some Louisiana-Cajun inspired dishes.
Alongside their Cajun Combo, customers can indulge in Pan-Seared or Blackened Basa - two delicious reasons to come for lunch or dinner at Joey's and help battle the mid-winter blues.
"It's been a pretty cold winter so far," said Joey's Vice President of Marketing Dave Holland. "These Cajun dishes warm you all over and make you forget you have to scrape the ice from your windscreen when you leave the restaurant."
Carnival is a festive time at Joey's Seafood Restaurants and is a harbinger for Lent, a time many Christians fast from candy, tv, soft drinks, cigarettes or red meat as a way to purify their bodies and lives. The Lenten season has long been a strong sales season for those in the fish business.
"We are ramping up our atmosphere in the restaurant as we head into Lent," added Holland. "It's a great time to celebrate at Joey's".
In addition to this feature entrée, Joey's continues to run with their #ilovejoeys Photo Contest. Tagging any Joey's Restaurant picture with #ilovejoeys enters customers for a chance to win the weekly $25 gift certificate draw.
Cajun will run from February 6 until February 26, 2017. For menus and additional information, visit Joeys.ca.
Calgary-based Joey's is a pioneer and leader in the fast-casual seafood restaurant category in Canada. Its signature "Joey's Famous Fish & Chips" and "Fish Taco" has gained the company a North American reputation for preparing generous portions of high quality seafood at affordable prices. Each Joey's franchise embodies the vision of its founder, Joe Klassen — to serve great seafood in a cozy neighbourhood seafood restaurant. Annually, Joey's serves more than 6.5 million guests system wide through its 55 restaurants in Canada. In 2015, the company celebrated its 30th anniversary.