Chick-Fil-A Is Testing Bone-In Chicken Wings For A Limited Time

Chick-fil-A is best known for its waffle fries and obviously, its chicken. The brand's chicken is painstakingly picked for purity, ensuring that it's free of harmful chemicals and that it's not mixed with anything else before being prepared. But look at the description of the chicken items on its website and you'll notice something about each and every one of them; from fried and grilled sandwiches, and nuggets, too, the company has thus far only used boneless chicken. 

How many times have you seen a "the devil works hard but Chick-fil-A works harder" story or meme praising their A+ employees and customer service? Well, now that extends to the type of items they are serving as well. In an effort to appease customers' supposed wants and desires — with a petition to prove it — Chick-fil-A is testing a menu item they have never sold before. Bone-in chicken wings may be coming to a Chick-fil-A near you.

Chick-fil-A is winging it at one location

Chick-fil-A may soon have to expand the answer to a very specific question on its website – "Does Chick-fil-A sell chicken wings?" While they previously only offered wings on their Little Blue Menu, a menu the site notes "is a delivery kitchen concept with a single location in downtown Nashville, Tennessee," they are, at least temporarily, expanding that menu to test drive bone-in wings.

And where better to test this dish than the south? If you live in Georgia, you may be able to get a first taste of the very new dish from Chick-fil-A. WSB-TV in Atlanta covered the story, explaining that Truett's Chick-fil-A in Stockbridge, GA is the first location to carry the bone-in wings, thanks to Outfox Wings, a part of the Little Blue Menu offerings.

Truett's wings will be available for a limited time only "while supplies last, from October 31 to February 11." Each order will have eight pieces and come with the option of one of several dipping sauces including "ranch, buffalo, honey sweet chili, lemon pepper and sriracha garlic." Unfortunately, for now, "There are no plans to test or launch the wings in traditional Chick-fil-A restaurants," but eagle-eyed fans are welcome to keep an eye out to catch if that changes.