FAT Brands announced their latest limited-time menu offerings, a mouthwatering collection of half-pound burgers to celebrate the season of Burger Madness. These specialty burgers will be available March 5 through the end of April, and will be complemented by a limited time cocktail, the Sailors Sunset, and golden Mac & Cheese Bites.
Hurricane Grill & Wings and Buffalo's Cafe fans alike can now enjoy four new burgers. First, the Hangover Burger, featuring the hangover-killing combination of crispy bacon, a fried egg, crispy onions, and cheddar cheese. The Shipwreck Burger is topped with fire-braised pork, grilled pineapple, crispy onions and a fiery sauce. Next, the Stinger Burger, complete with sautéed jalapenos, our hottest wing sauce, crispy onions and pepper jack cheese. Finally, the two brands will also serve the Mac Daddy Burger—best known for its heaping helping of fried Mac & Cheese bites, grilled onions, crispy bacon and queso. All burgers are topped with tomato, crisp lettuce and pickles and served with a signature side.
During this promotion, Hurricane Grill & Wings and Buffalo's Cafe customers can tip off their meal with a limited-time Mac & Cheese Bites starter—five crispy golden bites filled with macaroni, American Cheese, New York cheddar cheese and apple-wood smoked bacon, and then topped with even more queso and bacon crumbles. The beverage team at Hurricane Grill & Wings and Buffalo's Cafe will also add a new refreshing cocktail, the Sailors Sunset, featuring Bacardi rum, melon liqueur, grenadine, coconut, pineapple juice and lime. Now that's a slam dunk!
“Longtime fans of our brands know that our restaurants are great for the whole family not just because of our wings, but the wide variety of items on our menu that appeal to all,” says Gregg Nettleton, president and COO of Hurricane Grill & Wings and Buffalo's Cafe. “During this intense sporting season, it's fun to offer something over-the-top to complement the high emotions and excitement felt by our guests.”
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