New Fast Casual Experience – Buttercup: Chicken Tenders

FB Society (Formerly Front Burner) has opened Buttercup in Legacy Hall. Buttercup uses the iconic chicken tender to take diners on a global expedition of Japanese, Thai and other unexpected flavors at its grand opening at Legacy Hall. Imagine tender bites of chicken are served “fancy” with a side of sauce, tossed, or in a cup or cone.

Classic and bold flavors from around the world plus sides and beverages. Order 6 or 10 “tender bites” with sauce or tossed, or a signature item served in a cup or cone. Signature items include The Buttercup, Thai Basil, Buffalo, Salted Caramel, or Nashville. Sides include Pimiento Balls, Deviled Eggs, Honey Butter Corn Fritters or Mac N’ Cheese. “Fancy Toppings” include, OG Honey Mustard, Herbaceous Ranch, Bleu Cheese Atomic Habanero, BBQ, Buffalo, Pimento and Sriracha Ranch.

Tenders are served with sauce, tossed or in a cone.

“Buttercup is an unconventional approach to classic comfort food that embraces global influences and encourages flavor exploration. Beyond this, we see Buttercup as a category- and market-defining concept with incredible growth potential. We recognize the opportunity to bring more progressive and inspiring brands to the fast casual space. Like [our] Velvet Taco, Buttercup is ready to help people rethink the classic chicken tender. Some might think we’re crazy launching during a pandemic. We believe an inspiring take on comfort favorites is exactly the departure we all need right now,” FB Society tells us.

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