Get Ready – These restaurants are offering new items


Posted on August 30th, by Foodio54 in General. No Comments

 McDonald’s

20120821-219555-mcdonalds-mighty-wingsOn September 9th McDonald’s will be unveiling Mighty Wings.  McDonald’s tested this latest menu item in Chicago and also in Atlanta.  McDonald’s has confirmed that they will be selling the Mighty Wings in orders of three, five and 10 pieces, starting at $2.99.

 

 

 

Burger King

burger-king-french-fry-burgerOn September 1st Burger King will introduce a French Free Burger for $1!  This will be a standard hamburger that will have four french fries on top of the hamburger patty.  Honestly – this is a little exciting.  For anyone who has ever had a Panini’s Sandwich in Cleveland or a Primanti Bros. sandwich in Pittsburgh we already know that adding french fries to a sandwich is awesome.

 

 

Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill & Bar

Applebees-Honey-Pepper-Chicken-ShrimpNow through November 11th Applebee’s will be introducing three new Honey Pepper Grill items.

  1. Honey Pepper Sirloin
  2. 4-Cheese Mac & Cheese with Honey Pepper Chicken Tenders
  3. Honey Pepper Chicken & Shrimp

These entree’s all include Applebee’s new honey pepper sauce and will also be apart of their 2 for $20 specials.





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