Idaho Restaurants Add New Menu Item for a Limited Time Only

Ted Rivers

Culver's fans in Idaho have something to look forward to starting April 10th as the popular fast-food chain introduces a new limited-time menu item.

The Smokehouse BBQ Cheddar Pub Burger and Crispy Chicken Sandwich will be available at all Culver's locations nationwide, including the four locations in Idaho, for a limited time only.

Culver's crafted the Smokehouse BBQ Cheddar to pair perfectly with either fresh, never-frozen beef or a crispy chicken fillet, giving guests the flexibility to choose their preferred protein. The new menu item is topped with a new sweet and smoky BBQ sauce, layers of sharp cheddar, crispy onion rings, pickles, and signature mayo. To complete the taste experience, a cheddar bun boasting chunks of real cheddar cheese baked throughout the dough adds to the tangy and cheesy delight.

According to Culver's Director of Menu Development Quinn Adkins, the new menu item is a result of their commitment to offering guests new and exciting flavors to enjoy. Adkins further added,

"We're excited for guests not only to experience the smoky sauce that gives the sandwich its name, but to truly make it their own with their choice of beef or chicken."

The Smokehouse BBQ Cheddar Pub Burger and Crispy Chicken Sandwich will be available for a limited time only, from April 10th to June 11th, or while supplies last. Idaho residents can find their nearest Culver's location by visiting the Restaurant Locator on the company's website.


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