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Hurricane Grill & Wings Debuts Winter Specials, Vegan Impossible Burger

November 13, 2018 Industry News
Industry News

FAT Brands Inc. parent company of Hurricane AMT, the restaurant franchise, which includes Hurricane Grill & Wings, Hurricane BTW, Hurricane Dockside Grill and Hurricane Sports Grill, announces their limited-time winter menu items, as well as the permanent addition of the Impossible Burger.

Come in to Hurricane Grill & Wings to forget the cold weather and bring on the heat with new starter, Buffalo Chicken Dip, a zesty yet creamy dip served with pretzels and celery. Stick around to try three new main dishes: Bacon-Wrapped Mesquite Shrimp, a tempting combination of crispy bacon and tender shrimp skewered and served over cilantro lime rice; a Smothered Burgerito, served with a side of tortilla chips; or the highly anticipated, vegan-friendly Impossible Burger, which is sure to satisfy carnivores and vegetarians alike. As always, Hurricane Grill & Wings is the perfect spot to wet your whistle. This winter, be sure to try the festive Absolut Cranberry Mule, or the German Bock style Samuel Adams Winter Lager.

This holiday season, guests can find the perfect gift and catering options at Hurricane Grill & Wings. Stuff your stockings with Hurricane Grill & Wings gift cards, and be sure your family or corporate party is stocked with wings by ordering Hurricane Grill & Wings party platters. As a special holiday treat, guests will receive their own $5 gift certificate with each purchase of a gift certificate of $25 or more.

“One of the best parts of winter is being able to catch up with family and friends at your favorite neighborhood grill. We hope that our seasonal offerings attract old and new customers alike - including vegans or vegetarians - to catch their favorite game, or catch up with loved ones,” says Gregg Nettleton, COO of Hurricane Grill & Wings. “This holiday season is the perfect time to make a new tradition.”

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