ATLANTA — Chick-fil-A fans ... it's real this time. You can actually get bone-in chicken wings in metro Atlanta. But there's a catch.
Starting Oct. 31, bone-in chicken wings will be made available "for a limited time." How long? They say only until Feb. 11.
After a viral 11Alive VERIFY story about the wings being tested at traditional restaurants, the Atlanta-based restaurant said Thursday that the Truett's Chick-fil-A location in Stockbridge will serve Outfox Wings.
Outfox Wings is an offering from Little Blue Menu, a "ghost kitchen" concept created by Chick-fil-A in Nashville, TN. Little Blue Menu offers the classic Chick-fil-A menu items plus other options that can't be found at Chick-fil-A restaurants.
"There are no plans to test or launch chicken wings at traditional Chick-fil-A restaurants," the popular restaurant chain reiterated once again.
The wings will be served as an 8-count menu item with the option of five sauces and seasonings: ranch, buffalo, honey sweet chili, lemon pepper or Sriracha garlic.
They said the wings come "undressed" and that the seasoning will come on the side.