Wendy’s Breakfast Menu Coming March 2

Wendy’s Breakfast Menu Coming March 2

Wendy’s Breakfast Menu has hopped onto the breakfast train once more. The new-and-improved breakfast menu will hit restaurants countrywide starting on March 2, 2020. The announcement of the chain’s new AM menu has fueled the Fast Food Wars even more, unsurprisingly.
This week, Wendy’s took aim at McDonald’s on Twitter saying, ”Yeah, we wouldn’t wake up for your breakfast either. Don’t worry, on 3/2 there will be something worth waking up for.” 

The breakfast menu at Wendy’s will feature the Breakfast Baconator, which is made up of Grilled sausage, a double stack of American Cheese, Applewood smoked bacon, eggs, and swiss cheese sauce. Moreover, the menu will also include a Honey Butter Chicken Biscuit and Frosty-casino. 

Wendy’s president and chief commercial officer, Kurt Kane said in a press release, “People deserve a delicious, affordable and higher quality breakfast than what they’re currently getting, so that’s exactly what we’re going to serve when Wendy’s launches breakfast nationally on March 2.” 

There are several other breakfast menu items that will be available at Wendy’s that customers can dive into such as:

  • Croissants
  • Sausage, Egg and Cheese Biscuit
  • Sausage Biscuit
  • Classic Bacon, Egg and Cheese Sandwich

Expect the menu to include coffees, sides, and combos, as well.

Besides Wendy’s breakfast selections, customers can munch on a variety of burgers at the fast-food outlet. Check out a list of the five best burgers you can purchase at Wendy’s.

Wendy's Breakfast Menu Coming March 2

Wendy’s launches breakfast menu on March 2 with a free sandwich offer

People living in Northeast Florida and South Georgia are invited to celebrate Wendy’s debut of its breakfast menu on March 2, with the chance to receive the breakfast sandwich free for the duration of a year. Wendy’s stated that with its new menu for breakfast “fans can say goodbye to their tired, old, stale breakfast and instead get their hands on a selection of fresh, crave-able, bold new morning options.”
Starting at 7:15 a.m. Monday beginning at 6:30 a.m. on Mondays, beginning at 6:30 a.m. Monday, Wendy’s restaurants across Florida along with South Georgia will give the first 100 customers at the drive-thru who purchase breakfast items a coupon book that will give them breakfast sandwiches for free each week throughout the year.
The offer expires at 10:10 a.m. the same day, and is only available to drive-thru patrons, restaurant executives announced in a news announcement.

The offer is only one coupon booklet per vehicle.
Coupon participants will get the option of a free breakfast sandwich every week for the duration of 52 weeks, with no purchase needed. The coupon booklet will be valid until March 2021.
“Everyone will be able to experience the same Wendy’s flavors they know and love with this breakfast menu,” said Richard Hopkins, the national restaurant chain’s Florida Division vice president, stated in the news announcement. “We’re especially thrilled to reward our first customers in Florida and South Georgia with free breakfast sandwiches so they can enjoy the new menu all year long.”
Wendy’s breakfast menu will include special items like Honey Butter Chicken Biscuit as well as The Breakfast Baconator.
Breakfast meals will come served with an egg freshly cracked that is cooked prior to the order, as well as applewood-smoked bacon, according to restaurant executives.
To boost your caffeine levels breakfast drinkers might want to try freshly brewed coffee, or the Frosty-casino, a smooth, cold-brewed coffee that has been swirled with chocolate or vanilla Frosty mix.

Wendy’s Launching Breakfast Menu

Breakfast will be available at Wendy’s stores throughout the US starting on March 2nd, 2020, the company announced today.

Wendy’s breakfast menu is set to offer guests a new twist on popular fan-favorites that are familiar to them, such as Breakfast Baconator Breakfast Baconator, Honey Butter Chicken Biscuit, and the Frosty-casino.

Today’s announcement was made via Twitter when the company warned its rivals that its customers are able to “say goodbye to their tired, old, stale breakfast and instead get their hands on a selection of fresh, crave-able, bold new morning options.”

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