New Rio Crisp Burger and ChiTown Classic Have Arrived at Chicago Area McDonald’s Restaurants
Over the summer, the Chicago Metropolitan area (aka Chicagoland) conducted the Burger Build Off Competition where you could use an online burger generator to create and name your own Burger Creation. Then there was a voting process, semi-finalist process, then eventually two finalists were selected. Now we’re in phase three of the process where each of the two finalists has their Burger Creation made available as a “Limited Time Offer” menu item at participating McDonald’s restaurants in “Chicagoland”. Depending on the sales of the burgers will determine the prize rundown (official rules here if you’re curious). So anyway, what’s most important to me is the two burgers now available in the Chicago metropolitan market. Here’s a look at the two burger finalists… the Rio Crisp Burger and the ChiTown Classic:The Rio Crisp Burger features a 1/4 lb. 100% all-beef patty, natural Pepper Jack cheese, chili lime tortilla strips, leaf lettuce, sliced tomato, sliced red onions, guacamole, and creamy peppercorn sauce on a toasted artisan roll. The ChiTown Classic features a 1/4 lb. 100% all-beef patty, natural white cheddar cheese, natural pepper jack cheese, Canadian bacon, thick cut applewood smoked bacon, baby spinach & baby kale blend, sliced tomato, sliced red onions and mayo on a toasted quarter pounder bun. The Chicagoland Burgers are only in restaurants for a limited time. Which one would you choose?