Son of Baconator Joins the Wendy’s Menu

Any Baconator fans out there?  Wendy’s is introducing a smaller version called Son of Baconator.  Looks like a winner.

Following in the footsteps of dear old dad, Son of Baconator is not to be taken lightly. Wendy’s stacks four strips of Applewood Smoked Bacon onto two 2.25-ounce patties of 100% pure, North American, fresh, never frozen beef. This hearty bacon cheeseburger also features two slices of melted American cheese, ketchup and mayonnaise and served on a premium buttered, toasted bun.

36 comments on “Son of Baconator Joins the Wendy’s Menu

  1. Kevin says:

    looks good

  2. Helldog says:

    The name really rolls off the tongue.

  3. SmoledMan says:

    Bride of Baconator? Baconzilla?

  4. Dave says:

    I think Baconzilla is the name of one of Checker’s burger.

  5. Noodlez says:

    Wonder how much they are charging for it. Will have to remember to look into stopping by Wendys next time I’m around one.

    • Isny says:

      Probably around $4-$5. We’ve had these in Canada forever now and they run $4-$5 depending on the location.

    • Ray says:

      I got this a couple of days ago in MD and still have the receipt. I ordered the sandwich alone and it was $4.27. I believe the combo is $6.49 with side and small drink.

      I was actually a little suprised at how big it was since it’s a smaller version of another sandwich. I’m not sure I’d even want to meet his dad. Menu board said the original is 8 oz and the son is 4.5 oz.

  6. Jonathan Wayne says:

    Definitely looks like it could be a winner.
    Price?

  7. Justin ST says:

    More like “Banned in New York City.”

  8. Alex says:

    I don’t understand Wendy’s. I understand beef naturally has trans fat in it, but how does their 100% ALL NATURAL, NEVER FROZEN BEEF have 1.5 grams of trans fat per patty? Gtfo, Wendy’s.

    At least their chicken is le tasty.

  9. Brandon says:

    Wouldn’t Baconette sound better?

  10. I like the name the Wendy’s around me is just so sub par compared to the one I used to live around……..

  11. Devino says:

    I’ve had this before! They must’ve been testing it in the Utah markets. It’s basically the W in a Baconator form. I think I remember the price being either $3.99 or $4.99, but that was a few months ago.

  12. Bob says:

    Too bad wendy’s is terrible.

  13. Matt says:

    Mmmm I do love a Baconator…

  14. Bill says:

    Sounds good. Might try one today. Wendy’s is my favorite place for burgers. Love the single baconator.

  15. Addison says:

    Man, I’ve had this in my town for months, maybe even a year… weird. I also thought I saw a commercial for it too, on the TV. Stranger and stranger.

  16. Gutty says:

    So, this is a single Baconator with a half ounce more meat, a smaller bun, and an extra piece of bacon for like two dollars more? Or am I missing something?

    • Reggie says:

      It’s a Double Baconator with 2 less bacon strips and the same smaller patties used in the Jr. burgers. Which is why it’s a bit odd they didn’t call it Baconator Jr.

  17. SmoledMan says:

    I just looked up the calories on this thing – this is NOT a healthy option!

  18. jenne says:

    of course….just when the Wendy’s across the way from me just went under. BTW @SmoledMan…ya think? even turkey sandwiches these days are high on the bad list…. have you seen the numbers from the Turkey Asiago from Arby’s? as bad or worse than most burgers… I don’t know how they managed that one…

  19. Justin ST says:

    $3.89 Wendy’s? Pretty hilarious.

    Sorry, you’re not quite up there with 5 Guys yet.

  20. Reviewscout says:

    “Son of Baconator”? Running contradiction.

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