Krystal restaurants, including northeast Mississippi locations, are now offering all-you-can-eat hamburgers and fries for $5.99.
“Krystal was born during the Great Depression when people needed a fresh and filling meal at a price they could afford,” said Paul Macaluso, Krystal president and CEO. “We’re honoring Krystal’s heritage and generations of value-conscious customers who count on us to deliver on that original brand promise.”
Krystal was founded in Chattanooga, Tenn. in 1932. The company has over 340 restaurants in 10 states.
Krystal saw year-over-year sales decline 4.3% in 2018, and in recent months the fast food chain known for its small, square burgers has been trying to reverse slumping sales.
The company has not yet announced an end date for the promotion. It was first tested in Montgomery, Alabama.