Macaroni Grill releases three Buffalo chicken inspired dishes

Macaroni Grill releases three Buffalo chciken dishes

Following a spicy trend on man national menus, available for a limited time only, guests at Macaroin Grill can enjoy a trop of new buffalo inspired dishes. The new dishes are as follows:

  • Buffalo Chicken Parmesan – parmesan chicken, gorgonzola alfredo capellini with spicy lemon butter sauce topped with celery and Calabrian peppers, $23.50
  • Buffalo Chicken Parmesan Sandwich – parmesan chicken, blue cheese crumbles, celery, buffalo sauce, home-made ranch served on a Ciabatta roll with a side of parmesan truffle fries, $15.50
  • Buffalo Chicken Parmesan Macaroni and Cheese – parmesan chicken, blue cheese crumbles, celery, buffalo sauce, home-made ranch on Macaroni Grill’s Classic Mac & Cheese, $19.50

Additionally, in honor of back-to-school season, the company have an additional promo. According to info provided by Macaroni Grill: kids ages 12 and under can enjoy a free kid’s meal with the purchase of an entrée by an accompanying adult when they dine-in restaurant from September 1-30.

Prices listed above are from the location closest to us in Salt Lake City.

Image credit, Macaroni Grill.

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