Kids Eat Free this Weekend at Sticky Fingers Ribhouse

Sticky Fingers Ribhouse this weekend is showing special appreciation to parents by feeding their children for free with a paid adult entrée.

“Sticky Fingers is a multi-generational business having served our communities for over 27 years," CEO Chad Waldorf said. "We understand that families are the heartbeat of our restaurants and we want to provide great memories, great food, and some financial relief to the parents who are heading out to the stores this weekend to stock up for the school year.”

Sticky Fingers Ribhouse also supports schools by hosting Spirit Nights where a percentage of proceeds for a designated day is gifted back to the school or organization. For more information regarding Sticky Fingers Spirit Nights you may email their team directly at [email protected].

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Sticky Fingers Ribhouse was started in 1992 in Mt. Pleasant by 3 high school friends from Chattanooga, Tennessee. The brand underwent many changes over the years including being purchased by private equity firm in 2007, a recession and a variety of management changes. Nearly a decade later Chad Waldorf, one of the original 3 owners, took the brand back over. Since then the commitment has been to return to the cornerstone of the original Sticky Fingers philosophy: serving delicious food, providing legendary service and serving their community.

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