Smokey Bones’ virtual brand The Wing Experience is throwing its hat into the chicken sandwich ring and is about to put the other chicken sandwiches to shame. Starting now, its new Crispy Chicken Sandwich is golden fried to perfection and available in 50 different flavors – more than any other brand.
While other chicken sandwiches are only offered in traditional or spicy versions, The Wing Experience is taking its 50 wing flavors and making them available for the Crispy Chicken Sandwich. Guests can opt to have their chicken tossed in flavors like Sticky Honey Garlic sauce, Bourbon Blackberry BBQ, Honey Sriracha, and so many more. To see all 50 available flavors – everything from savory to sweet to a spicy slow burn or punch of heat – visit the saucy menu here.
The Crispy Chicken Sandwich can be ordered a la carte for $7.99 or as a combo meal for $11.99 and includes a choice of a side and fountain drink.
“Chicken sandwiches are one of the hottest items hitting menus right now, and as Masters of Meat, we knew we could make ours more craveable than anyone else’s,” says CEO James O’Reilly. “By offering our Crispy Chicken Sandwich in 50 different flavors, we are offering our guests more flavor variety and customization potential than any other brand.”
Smokey Bones’ other virtual brand, Burger Experience will offer a version of the Crispy Chicken Sandwich topped with mayo and pickles for $8 a la carte or $12 for a combo meal, available as traditional style or spicy. Burger Experience has also added a Good Seed veggie burger for $9 for guests seeking a meat-free option. The Good Seed veggie burger is packed with super foods like chia and hemp seeds, sprouted grains and spices, and served Falafel style with lettuce, tomato, red onion, pickles and topped with a garlic mayo and a touch of sriracha.
In addition to the Crispy Chicken Sandwich, both delivery-only brands are expanding their menus by adding onion rings and sweet potato fries for $5 for a regular ($4.99 The Wing Experience) or $7 for a large ($6.99 The Wing Experience).
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