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Buffalo Wild Wings has begun sharing much of the new look that would accompany its continued growth in the United States and abroad, including a new logo and a glimpse at a new restaurant design that will debut later this year.

The Minneapolis-based chain of nearly 840 casual-dining restaurants unveiled the updated logo this week and provided details on its upcoming redesign, which will first happen at one restaurant each in Cincinnati and San Diego this year. The interior upgrade includes a new audiovisual package that will enable Buffalo Wild Wings' goal of emulating the atmosphere of a sports stadium on game day, officials said.

“As our brand has evolved over the past 30 years to meet the needs of our guests and stay modern, fresh and relevant, we continually strive to bring that game day energy to life in our restaurants,” Sally Smith, the brand’s president and chief executive, said in a statement. “This year our guests will begin to see the evolution of our brand in new and exciting ways.”

Most of the new builds Buffalo Wild Wings has planned for 2013, as well as many remodels, will feature the new design. Apart from making sports viewing an even more focal part of the guest experience, the redesigned restaurants will also include operational changes to maximize efficiency — “which means faster service, hotter wings and colder beer,” Smith said.

Many other chains within casual dining and other industry segments have targeted the same sales lift and efficiencies from remodeling, including Applebee’s, which projects to have half its system reimaged by year-end, and Darden Restaurants, which is planning more locations that house both Olive Garden and Red Lobster. Similarly, Luby’s will test co-branding its cafeterias with its sibling burger brand Fuddrucker’s.


3 New Menu Items Buffalo Wild Wings Is Launching This Spring

Buffalo Wild Wings is yet again expanding its menu. In the past two weeks, the popular casual dining and sports bar chain launched three new items, including a burger, a sauce, and a tater-tot dish.

These are only the most recent additions in what is shaping up to be an impressive menu expansion campaign. Jamie Carawan, Buffalo Wild Wings' VP of brand menu and culinary, recently told Restaurant Business the chain has as many as fifty new wing flavors in the works.

Early releases included citrus-infused sauces, as well as one that tastes like pizza. Not to mention, the wing spot debuted a limited-release sauce in February to celebrate the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' Super Bowl victory—"Champa Sauce"—which was available exclusively at Tampa Bay locations. And with dozens of new flavors and dishes still in the hatch, Buffalo Wild Wings is beginning to look very much like the restaurant chain to beat.

Read on for a closer look at its most recent menu additions.

Smashed Hatch Burger

Courtesy of Buffalo Wild Wings

Although Buffalo Wild Wings is best known first for its wings, it also has an impressive roster of burgers and sandwiches. Fresh out of the chain's R&D lab comes the Bacon Smashed Hatch Chile Burger. Stacked with a brace of patties, cheese, and bacon, the sandwich is also loaded with heat in the form of hatch chili peppers (a kind of New Mexican pepper) and Fresno peppers. And all that heat for the cool price of $13.99.

Truffalo Sauce

Buffalo Wild Wings/ Twitter

The concept behind this condiment is simple: as a BWW representative described it, Truffalo Sauce is a "delicacy [for] the masses." The groundbreaking condiment is a daring fusion of white truffle oil and traditional BWW buffalo sauce—a humble take on a refined high-end ingredient. The sauce was announced last week on the chain's Instagram page.

Buffalo Chicken Tots

Courtesy of Buffalo Wild Wings

This hefty dish seems to have started with the premise that a tater tot can easily work as a tortilla chip. The tot base is loaded with shredded chicken, blue cheese, and a medley of green onions and Fresno chili peppers. The whole thing is then drizzled with ranch and buffalo sauce. At $12.49 a pop, these may be the most reasonably priced 2110 calories you've ever tasted—or, as we recommend, shared.

For the latest in fast-food trends, check out the 6 Most Anticipated Fast-Food Menu Items Launching This Year, and don't forget to sign up for our newsletter to get the latest restaurant news delivered straight to your inbox.


3 New Menu Items Buffalo Wild Wings Is Launching This Spring

Buffalo Wild Wings is yet again expanding its menu. In the past two weeks, the popular casual dining and sports bar chain launched three new items, including a burger, a sauce, and a tater-tot dish.

These are only the most recent additions in what is shaping up to be an impressive menu expansion campaign. Jamie Carawan, Buffalo Wild Wings' VP of brand menu and culinary, recently told Restaurant Business the chain has as many as fifty new wing flavors in the works.

Early releases included citrus-infused sauces, as well as one that tastes like pizza. Not to mention, the wing spot debuted a limited-release sauce in February to celebrate the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' Super Bowl victory—"Champa Sauce"—which was available exclusively at Tampa Bay locations. And with dozens of new flavors and dishes still in the hatch, Buffalo Wild Wings is beginning to look very much like the restaurant chain to beat.

Read on for a closer look at its most recent menu additions.

Smashed Hatch Burger

Courtesy of Buffalo Wild Wings

Although Buffalo Wild Wings is best known first for its wings, it also has an impressive roster of burgers and sandwiches. Fresh out of the chain's R&D lab comes the Bacon Smashed Hatch Chile Burger. Stacked with a brace of patties, cheese, and bacon, the sandwich is also loaded with heat in the form of hatch chili peppers (a kind of New Mexican pepper) and Fresno peppers. And all that heat for the cool price of $13.99.

Truffalo Sauce

Buffalo Wild Wings/ Twitter

The concept behind this condiment is simple: as a BWW representative described it, Truffalo Sauce is a "delicacy [for] the masses." The groundbreaking condiment is a daring fusion of white truffle oil and traditional BWW buffalo sauce—a humble take on a refined high-end ingredient. The sauce was announced last week on the chain's Instagram page.

Buffalo Chicken Tots

Courtesy of Buffalo Wild Wings

This hefty dish seems to have started with the premise that a tater tot can easily work as a tortilla chip. The tot base is loaded with shredded chicken, blue cheese, and a medley of green onions and Fresno chili peppers. The whole thing is then drizzled with ranch and buffalo sauce. At $12.49 a pop, these may be the most reasonably priced 2110 calories you've ever tasted—or, as we recommend, shared.

For the latest in fast-food trends, check out the 6 Most Anticipated Fast-Food Menu Items Launching This Year, and don't forget to sign up for our newsletter to get the latest restaurant news delivered straight to your inbox.


3 New Menu Items Buffalo Wild Wings Is Launching This Spring

Buffalo Wild Wings is yet again expanding its menu. In the past two weeks, the popular casual dining and sports bar chain launched three new items, including a burger, a sauce, and a tater-tot dish.

These are only the most recent additions in what is shaping up to be an impressive menu expansion campaign. Jamie Carawan, Buffalo Wild Wings' VP of brand menu and culinary, recently told Restaurant Business the chain has as many as fifty new wing flavors in the works.

Early releases included citrus-infused sauces, as well as one that tastes like pizza. Not to mention, the wing spot debuted a limited-release sauce in February to celebrate the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' Super Bowl victory—"Champa Sauce"—which was available exclusively at Tampa Bay locations. And with dozens of new flavors and dishes still in the hatch, Buffalo Wild Wings is beginning to look very much like the restaurant chain to beat.

Read on for a closer look at its most recent menu additions.

Smashed Hatch Burger

Courtesy of Buffalo Wild Wings

Although Buffalo Wild Wings is best known first for its wings, it also has an impressive roster of burgers and sandwiches. Fresh out of the chain's R&D lab comes the Bacon Smashed Hatch Chile Burger. Stacked with a brace of patties, cheese, and bacon, the sandwich is also loaded with heat in the form of hatch chili peppers (a kind of New Mexican pepper) and Fresno peppers. And all that heat for the cool price of $13.99.

Truffalo Sauce

Buffalo Wild Wings/ Twitter

The concept behind this condiment is simple: as a BWW representative described it, Truffalo Sauce is a "delicacy [for] the masses." The groundbreaking condiment is a daring fusion of white truffle oil and traditional BWW buffalo sauce—a humble take on a refined high-end ingredient. The sauce was announced last week on the chain's Instagram page.

Buffalo Chicken Tots

Courtesy of Buffalo Wild Wings

This hefty dish seems to have started with the premise that a tater tot can easily work as a tortilla chip. The tot base is loaded with shredded chicken, blue cheese, and a medley of green onions and Fresno chili peppers. The whole thing is then drizzled with ranch and buffalo sauce. At $12.49 a pop, these may be the most reasonably priced 2110 calories you've ever tasted—or, as we recommend, shared.

For the latest in fast-food trends, check out the 6 Most Anticipated Fast-Food Menu Items Launching This Year, and don't forget to sign up for our newsletter to get the latest restaurant news delivered straight to your inbox.


3 New Menu Items Buffalo Wild Wings Is Launching This Spring

Buffalo Wild Wings is yet again expanding its menu. In the past two weeks, the popular casual dining and sports bar chain launched three new items, including a burger, a sauce, and a tater-tot dish.

These are only the most recent additions in what is shaping up to be an impressive menu expansion campaign. Jamie Carawan, Buffalo Wild Wings' VP of brand menu and culinary, recently told Restaurant Business the chain has as many as fifty new wing flavors in the works.

Early releases included citrus-infused sauces, as well as one that tastes like pizza. Not to mention, the wing spot debuted a limited-release sauce in February to celebrate the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' Super Bowl victory—"Champa Sauce"—which was available exclusively at Tampa Bay locations. And with dozens of new flavors and dishes still in the hatch, Buffalo Wild Wings is beginning to look very much like the restaurant chain to beat.

Read on for a closer look at its most recent menu additions.

Smashed Hatch Burger

Courtesy of Buffalo Wild Wings

Although Buffalo Wild Wings is best known first for its wings, it also has an impressive roster of burgers and sandwiches. Fresh out of the chain's R&D lab comes the Bacon Smashed Hatch Chile Burger. Stacked with a brace of patties, cheese, and bacon, the sandwich is also loaded with heat in the form of hatch chili peppers (a kind of New Mexican pepper) and Fresno peppers. And all that heat for the cool price of $13.99.

Truffalo Sauce

Buffalo Wild Wings/ Twitter

The concept behind this condiment is simple: as a BWW representative described it, Truffalo Sauce is a "delicacy [for] the masses." The groundbreaking condiment is a daring fusion of white truffle oil and traditional BWW buffalo sauce—a humble take on a refined high-end ingredient. The sauce was announced last week on the chain's Instagram page.

Buffalo Chicken Tots

Courtesy of Buffalo Wild Wings

This hefty dish seems to have started with the premise that a tater tot can easily work as a tortilla chip. The tot base is loaded with shredded chicken, blue cheese, and a medley of green onions and Fresno chili peppers. The whole thing is then drizzled with ranch and buffalo sauce. At $12.49 a pop, these may be the most reasonably priced 2110 calories you've ever tasted—or, as we recommend, shared.

For the latest in fast-food trends, check out the 6 Most Anticipated Fast-Food Menu Items Launching This Year, and don't forget to sign up for our newsletter to get the latest restaurant news delivered straight to your inbox.


3 New Menu Items Buffalo Wild Wings Is Launching This Spring

Buffalo Wild Wings is yet again expanding its menu. In the past two weeks, the popular casual dining and sports bar chain launched three new items, including a burger, a sauce, and a tater-tot dish.

These are only the most recent additions in what is shaping up to be an impressive menu expansion campaign. Jamie Carawan, Buffalo Wild Wings' VP of brand menu and culinary, recently told Restaurant Business the chain has as many as fifty new wing flavors in the works.

Early releases included citrus-infused sauces, as well as one that tastes like pizza. Not to mention, the wing spot debuted a limited-release sauce in February to celebrate the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' Super Bowl victory—"Champa Sauce"—which was available exclusively at Tampa Bay locations. And with dozens of new flavors and dishes still in the hatch, Buffalo Wild Wings is beginning to look very much like the restaurant chain to beat.

Read on for a closer look at its most recent menu additions.

Smashed Hatch Burger

Courtesy of Buffalo Wild Wings

Although Buffalo Wild Wings is best known first for its wings, it also has an impressive roster of burgers and sandwiches. Fresh out of the chain's R&D lab comes the Bacon Smashed Hatch Chile Burger. Stacked with a brace of patties, cheese, and bacon, the sandwich is also loaded with heat in the form of hatch chili peppers (a kind of New Mexican pepper) and Fresno peppers. And all that heat for the cool price of $13.99.

Truffalo Sauce

Buffalo Wild Wings/ Twitter

The concept behind this condiment is simple: as a BWW representative described it, Truffalo Sauce is a "delicacy [for] the masses." The groundbreaking condiment is a daring fusion of white truffle oil and traditional BWW buffalo sauce—a humble take on a refined high-end ingredient. The sauce was announced last week on the chain's Instagram page.

Buffalo Chicken Tots

Courtesy of Buffalo Wild Wings

This hefty dish seems to have started with the premise that a tater tot can easily work as a tortilla chip. The tot base is loaded with shredded chicken, blue cheese, and a medley of green onions and Fresno chili peppers. The whole thing is then drizzled with ranch and buffalo sauce. At $12.49 a pop, these may be the most reasonably priced 2110 calories you've ever tasted—or, as we recommend, shared.

For the latest in fast-food trends, check out the 6 Most Anticipated Fast-Food Menu Items Launching This Year, and don't forget to sign up for our newsletter to get the latest restaurant news delivered straight to your inbox.


3 New Menu Items Buffalo Wild Wings Is Launching This Spring

Buffalo Wild Wings is yet again expanding its menu. In the past two weeks, the popular casual dining and sports bar chain launched three new items, including a burger, a sauce, and a tater-tot dish.

These are only the most recent additions in what is shaping up to be an impressive menu expansion campaign. Jamie Carawan, Buffalo Wild Wings' VP of brand menu and culinary, recently told Restaurant Business the chain has as many as fifty new wing flavors in the works.

Early releases included citrus-infused sauces, as well as one that tastes like pizza. Not to mention, the wing spot debuted a limited-release sauce in February to celebrate the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' Super Bowl victory—"Champa Sauce"—which was available exclusively at Tampa Bay locations. And with dozens of new flavors and dishes still in the hatch, Buffalo Wild Wings is beginning to look very much like the restaurant chain to beat.

Read on for a closer look at its most recent menu additions.

Smashed Hatch Burger

Courtesy of Buffalo Wild Wings

Although Buffalo Wild Wings is best known first for its wings, it also has an impressive roster of burgers and sandwiches. Fresh out of the chain's R&D lab comes the Bacon Smashed Hatch Chile Burger. Stacked with a brace of patties, cheese, and bacon, the sandwich is also loaded with heat in the form of hatch chili peppers (a kind of New Mexican pepper) and Fresno peppers. And all that heat for the cool price of $13.99.

Truffalo Sauce

Buffalo Wild Wings/ Twitter

The concept behind this condiment is simple: as a BWW representative described it, Truffalo Sauce is a "delicacy [for] the masses." The groundbreaking condiment is a daring fusion of white truffle oil and traditional BWW buffalo sauce—a humble take on a refined high-end ingredient. The sauce was announced last week on the chain's Instagram page.

Buffalo Chicken Tots

Courtesy of Buffalo Wild Wings

This hefty dish seems to have started with the premise that a tater tot can easily work as a tortilla chip. The tot base is loaded with shredded chicken, blue cheese, and a medley of green onions and Fresno chili peppers. The whole thing is then drizzled with ranch and buffalo sauce. At $12.49 a pop, these may be the most reasonably priced 2110 calories you've ever tasted—or, as we recommend, shared.

For the latest in fast-food trends, check out the 6 Most Anticipated Fast-Food Menu Items Launching This Year, and don't forget to sign up for our newsletter to get the latest restaurant news delivered straight to your inbox.


3 New Menu Items Buffalo Wild Wings Is Launching This Spring

Buffalo Wild Wings is yet again expanding its menu. In the past two weeks, the popular casual dining and sports bar chain launched three new items, including a burger, a sauce, and a tater-tot dish.

These are only the most recent additions in what is shaping up to be an impressive menu expansion campaign. Jamie Carawan, Buffalo Wild Wings' VP of brand menu and culinary, recently told Restaurant Business the chain has as many as fifty new wing flavors in the works.

Early releases included citrus-infused sauces, as well as one that tastes like pizza. Not to mention, the wing spot debuted a limited-release sauce in February to celebrate the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' Super Bowl victory—"Champa Sauce"—which was available exclusively at Tampa Bay locations. And with dozens of new flavors and dishes still in the hatch, Buffalo Wild Wings is beginning to look very much like the restaurant chain to beat.

Read on for a closer look at its most recent menu additions.

Smashed Hatch Burger

Courtesy of Buffalo Wild Wings

Although Buffalo Wild Wings is best known first for its wings, it also has an impressive roster of burgers and sandwiches. Fresh out of the chain's R&D lab comes the Bacon Smashed Hatch Chile Burger. Stacked with a brace of patties, cheese, and bacon, the sandwich is also loaded with heat in the form of hatch chili peppers (a kind of New Mexican pepper) and Fresno peppers. And all that heat for the cool price of $13.99.

Truffalo Sauce

Buffalo Wild Wings/ Twitter

The concept behind this condiment is simple: as a BWW representative described it, Truffalo Sauce is a "delicacy [for] the masses." The groundbreaking condiment is a daring fusion of white truffle oil and traditional BWW buffalo sauce—a humble take on a refined high-end ingredient. The sauce was announced last week on the chain's Instagram page.

Buffalo Chicken Tots

Courtesy of Buffalo Wild Wings

This hefty dish seems to have started with the premise that a tater tot can easily work as a tortilla chip. The tot base is loaded with shredded chicken, blue cheese, and a medley of green onions and Fresno chili peppers. The whole thing is then drizzled with ranch and buffalo sauce. At $12.49 a pop, these may be the most reasonably priced 2110 calories you've ever tasted—or, as we recommend, shared.

For the latest in fast-food trends, check out the 6 Most Anticipated Fast-Food Menu Items Launching This Year, and don't forget to sign up for our newsletter to get the latest restaurant news delivered straight to your inbox.


3 New Menu Items Buffalo Wild Wings Is Launching This Spring

Buffalo Wild Wings is yet again expanding its menu. In the past two weeks, the popular casual dining and sports bar chain launched three new items, including a burger, a sauce, and a tater-tot dish.

These are only the most recent additions in what is shaping up to be an impressive menu expansion campaign. Jamie Carawan, Buffalo Wild Wings' VP of brand menu and culinary, recently told Restaurant Business the chain has as many as fifty new wing flavors in the works.

Early releases included citrus-infused sauces, as well as one that tastes like pizza. Not to mention, the wing spot debuted a limited-release sauce in February to celebrate the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' Super Bowl victory—"Champa Sauce"—which was available exclusively at Tampa Bay locations. And with dozens of new flavors and dishes still in the hatch, Buffalo Wild Wings is beginning to look very much like the restaurant chain to beat.

Read on for a closer look at its most recent menu additions.

Smashed Hatch Burger

Courtesy of Buffalo Wild Wings

Although Buffalo Wild Wings is best known first for its wings, it also has an impressive roster of burgers and sandwiches. Fresh out of the chain's R&D lab comes the Bacon Smashed Hatch Chile Burger. Stacked with a brace of patties, cheese, and bacon, the sandwich is also loaded with heat in the form of hatch chili peppers (a kind of New Mexican pepper) and Fresno peppers. And all that heat for the cool price of $13.99.

Truffalo Sauce

Buffalo Wild Wings/ Twitter

The concept behind this condiment is simple: as a BWW representative described it, Truffalo Sauce is a "delicacy [for] the masses." The groundbreaking condiment is a daring fusion of white truffle oil and traditional BWW buffalo sauce—a humble take on a refined high-end ingredient. The sauce was announced last week on the chain's Instagram page.

Buffalo Chicken Tots

Courtesy of Buffalo Wild Wings

This hefty dish seems to have started with the premise that a tater tot can easily work as a tortilla chip. The tot base is loaded with shredded chicken, blue cheese, and a medley of green onions and Fresno chili peppers. The whole thing is then drizzled with ranch and buffalo sauce. At $12.49 a pop, these may be the most reasonably priced 2110 calories you've ever tasted—or, as we recommend, shared.

For the latest in fast-food trends, check out the 6 Most Anticipated Fast-Food Menu Items Launching This Year, and don't forget to sign up for our newsletter to get the latest restaurant news delivered straight to your inbox.


3 New Menu Items Buffalo Wild Wings Is Launching This Spring

Buffalo Wild Wings is yet again expanding its menu. In the past two weeks, the popular casual dining and sports bar chain launched three new items, including a burger, a sauce, and a tater-tot dish.

These are only the most recent additions in what is shaping up to be an impressive menu expansion campaign. Jamie Carawan, Buffalo Wild Wings' VP of brand menu and culinary, recently told Restaurant Business the chain has as many as fifty new wing flavors in the works.

Early releases included citrus-infused sauces, as well as one that tastes like pizza. Not to mention, the wing spot debuted a limited-release sauce in February to celebrate the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' Super Bowl victory—"Champa Sauce"—which was available exclusively at Tampa Bay locations. And with dozens of new flavors and dishes still in the hatch, Buffalo Wild Wings is beginning to look very much like the restaurant chain to beat.

Read on for a closer look at its most recent menu additions.

Smashed Hatch Burger

Courtesy of Buffalo Wild Wings

Although Buffalo Wild Wings is best known first for its wings, it also has an impressive roster of burgers and sandwiches. Fresh out of the chain's R&D lab comes the Bacon Smashed Hatch Chile Burger. Stacked with a brace of patties, cheese, and bacon, the sandwich is also loaded with heat in the form of hatch chili peppers (a kind of New Mexican pepper) and Fresno peppers. And all that heat for the cool price of $13.99.

Truffalo Sauce

Buffalo Wild Wings/ Twitter

The concept behind this condiment is simple: as a BWW representative described it, Truffalo Sauce is a "delicacy [for] the masses." The groundbreaking condiment is a daring fusion of white truffle oil and traditional BWW buffalo sauce—a humble take on a refined high-end ingredient. The sauce was announced last week on the chain's Instagram page.

Buffalo Chicken Tots

Courtesy of Buffalo Wild Wings

This hefty dish seems to have started with the premise that a tater tot can easily work as a tortilla chip. The tot base is loaded with shredded chicken, blue cheese, and a medley of green onions and Fresno chili peppers. The whole thing is then drizzled with ranch and buffalo sauce. At $12.49 a pop, these may be the most reasonably priced 2110 calories you've ever tasted—or, as we recommend, shared.

For the latest in fast-food trends, check out the 6 Most Anticipated Fast-Food Menu Items Launching This Year, and don't forget to sign up for our newsletter to get the latest restaurant news delivered straight to your inbox.


3 New Menu Items Buffalo Wild Wings Is Launching This Spring

Buffalo Wild Wings is yet again expanding its menu. In the past two weeks, the popular casual dining and sports bar chain launched three new items, including a burger, a sauce, and a tater-tot dish.

These are only the most recent additions in what is shaping up to be an impressive menu expansion campaign. Jamie Carawan, Buffalo Wild Wings' VP of brand menu and culinary, recently told Restaurant Business the chain has as many as fifty new wing flavors in the works.

Early releases included citrus-infused sauces, as well as one that tastes like pizza. Not to mention, the wing spot debuted a limited-release sauce in February to celebrate the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' Super Bowl victory—"Champa Sauce"—which was available exclusively at Tampa Bay locations. And with dozens of new flavors and dishes still in the hatch, Buffalo Wild Wings is beginning to look very much like the restaurant chain to beat.

Read on for a closer look at its most recent menu additions.

Smashed Hatch Burger

Courtesy of Buffalo Wild Wings

Although Buffalo Wild Wings is best known first for its wings, it also has an impressive roster of burgers and sandwiches. Fresh out of the chain's R&D lab comes the Bacon Smashed Hatch Chile Burger. Stacked with a brace of patties, cheese, and bacon, the sandwich is also loaded with heat in the form of hatch chili peppers (a kind of New Mexican pepper) and Fresno peppers. And all that heat for the cool price of $13.99.

Truffalo Sauce

Buffalo Wild Wings/ Twitter

The concept behind this condiment is simple: as a BWW representative described it, Truffalo Sauce is a "delicacy [for] the masses." The groundbreaking condiment is a daring fusion of white truffle oil and traditional BWW buffalo sauce—a humble take on a refined high-end ingredient. The sauce was announced last week on the chain's Instagram page.

Buffalo Chicken Tots

Courtesy of Buffalo Wild Wings

This hefty dish seems to have started with the premise that a tater tot can easily work as a tortilla chip. The tot base is loaded with shredded chicken, blue cheese, and a medley of green onions and Fresno chili peppers. The whole thing is then drizzled with ranch and buffalo sauce. At $12.49 a pop, these may be the most reasonably priced 2110 calories you've ever tasted—or, as we recommend, shared.

For the latest in fast-food trends, check out the 6 Most Anticipated Fast-Food Menu Items Launching This Year, and don't forget to sign up for our newsletter to get the latest restaurant news delivered straight to your inbox.


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