Dave’s Hot ‘N Juicy Cheeseburgers Coming October 3rd to Wendy’s

Just learned from NRN that Wendy’s will be launching its new upgraded line of cheeseburgers dubbed, Dave’s Hot ‘N Juicy Cheeseburgers, on October 3rd.  The “Hot ‘N Juicy” line of cheeseburgers have gone through test markets and the nationwide roll-out is fast approaching.  Who’s hungry?  ***UPDATE: READ FULL REVIEW HERE

From the commercial spot (featuring the real Wendy):

“…with our thickest, hottest, juiciest beef ever.  New premium toppings and a warm butter-toasted bun.”

27 comments on “Dave’s Hot ‘N Juicy Cheeseburgers Coming October 3rd to Wendy’s

  1. Adam Bomb says:

    Looks like their answer to the Mcdonald’s Angus burgers. I love Wendy’s, so I’ll definitely buy one.

  2. Mikey says:

    As expensive as their regular burgers are, I’d hate to see the price tag on these. No thanks!

  3. Nick says:

    That’s my birthday, perfect time to eat a burger

  4. somesteve says:

    looks tasty…and pretty much like their current burgers. not reinventing the wheel but it’s all good.

  5. Roger C. says:

    Wendy looks like she’s been eating too much of her own supply.

    • Nick says:

      Does it matter? I’m actually happy to see a spokeswoman who looks like a normal person as opposed to a runway model.

      On the burger itself: I’m really looking forward to this. Sounds absolutely amazing, although I’ve never once complained about the heat or level of juiciness in a Wendy’s burger.

      • Adam says:


        + 1 on that first comment, sir. Nice to see real people in ads.

      • Roger C. says:

        Wendy can afford a personal trainer and an exercise bike. With those combo prices, I very well know she can! The profit margin on that soda is crazy too!

        • Nick says:

          Yup, she probably can afford both a personal trainer and an exercise bike. Just like you can afford a course at the learning annex on how not to be boorish. But why does she need those things? Ever consider that maybe she’s just happy being who she is?

          • Adam says:

            THANK YOU! Nice to see someone who agrees that people can be more dynamic than what they eat and/or how they work out. Who cares what she looks like? Man, what a shallow country we are.

      • Zachary Jacob Zblewski says:

        But Hardee’s/Carl’s Jr. said they hire super models because ugly people don’t sell burgers! And you know they wanted to say “fat” but couldn’t because they would alienate half of their customers.

        I’m one of them… but I would still laugh out loud if they had said that in the commercial.

  6. rob says:

    So until October we are stuck with cold and dry?

  7. Peter says:

    These have been out in Columbus over a year now. The thicker patty is pretty good and the better toppings certainly are nice (but those are on all the burgers). It’s just a bit nicer than the regular burger, though.

    • Raiders757 says:

      We have had the thicker patties in Va. for almost a year now as well. Last fall all our local Wendy’s started serving patties that featured a smaller square circumference, but were slightly thicker. It was a big improvement, as it seemed their burgers had been going down hill for quite some time. No longer did they seem like a thin dry slab of tasteless beef, and I now order them more often, instead of only the spicy chicken sandwich like I did for so many years. They even serve them differently, with a little box holding the burger in it’s wrapper, which is a very recent switch.

      I kind of thought this was already a nationwide roll out.

      • TomHandy says:

        Ahh, interesting. I’m in VA and was wondering about that. I haven’t had a Wendy’s burger in a long time – usually when I do go there lately I tend to get one of the chicken sandwiches. But I was in the mood for a burger, so went ahead and got one last night. I ordered the double because I normally found the single Wendy’s patty to be too small. But I was a bit surprised, as the double was considerably bigger/thicker than I remembered, and thought it was just my memory of Wendy’s was skewed. This explains it though.

      • Zachary Jacob Zblewski says:

        Squares don’t have a circumference. 😛

        • Raiders757 says:

          Indeed. Thanks for the correction Zachary. I should be embarrassed by that mistake. My brain has been fried from work lately. I deal in numbers and measurements, and should know better. Thing is, when I get home, math and all that it relates to, goes out the window. I think it’s about time I go back to driving truck and utilize my CDL.

  8. missouri says:

    Wow. Wendy has really packed on the pounds.

  9. maxchain says:

    A new burger at Wendy’s? I’d better bring someone with me to cosign.

  10. Parrish says:

    Weve had them here in VA for awhile and man are they crazy good, like it is ridiculous how good these are and they come in these little white boxes on their side, but they are very big, I could barely finish one.

  11. Elise says:

    The more you think about it, the more disgusting it is to describe meat as “juicy”. I just think about a drippy, porous burger. Ugh. No juice please. But perhaps I’ve just been awake too long.

    As other commenters, I agree that the burger will probably be stupidly expensive. Wendy’s doesn’t understand cheap fast food.

  12. Chefprotoss or dan says:

    +1 roger. Fat people selling fatty food just reminds me of what I will look like after eating it. Thus killing my appetite. I don’t want to think of my own man tits while I eat.

  13. @graciHas says:

    Instead of focusing on making her burgers thicker and juicier, Wendy should focus on making her prices smaller and more affordable

  14. sofonda says:

    I use to manage Wendy’s for 9 years. The best thing they did was to follow the .99 menu. Now it’s gone and so are my entire family and friends. What a STUPID thing to do in this economy. NOT 1 other FF company has dropped it’s dollar menu, they expanded it. We are gone as you were when you sold out to Arby’s. When you don’t take care of your customers, somebody else will.

  15. Me says:

    So now EVERY burger on the menu is a “cheeseburger”. So you get charged now for the cheese even when you don’t want it.

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