President Trump is set to host a special White House roast dinner with pork chops, chicken, ham and a variety of other meats at the Oval Office on April 27.
Trump is slated to welcome guests to the dinner, which will be the first such event since the president was sworn in as president, the WhiteHouse announced Tuesday.
“This is a big day for John’s,” White House press secretary Sean Spicer said in a statement.
“John’s has a long history of serving America and the President and his family are thrilled to have John’s as a part of our celebration of the season.”
The dinner, titled “A Thanksgiving to Remember,” is set for 1 p.m. on the West Wing steps, and will be followed by a reception on the East Wing steps.
The guests will also receive a free John’s hamburger from 1 p,m.
to 6 p.t. and a John’s hot dog from 7 p.f. to midnight.
Trump’s family is also planning to join the festivities, which Spicer said will be an opportunity for the president to celebrate Thanksgiving with his family, including his daughter, Ivanka Trump.
The family will join the president at the event, and the president’s son-in-law Jared Kushner will be there as well, Spicer said.