Wawa Menu OOR

Wawa Menu OOR

Wawa Menu

The Wawa menu offers a variety of unique sandwiches and other items to choose from.


Choose greens: Romaine, Spinach, Spring Mix, Kale. Choose a cheese: Asiago Cheese, Cheddar Cheese, Feta Cheese, No Cheese. Would you like to add toppings?: Add Carrot Ribbons, Add Cucumbers, Add Red Onions, Add Apples, Add Grape Tomatoes. Choose a dressing: Buttermilk Dressing on the Side, Classic Caesar Dressing on the Side, Roasted Poblano Ranch Dressing, Sweet Apple Vinaigrette on the Side, Light Balsamic Vinaigrette on the Side. Choose a protein: Roasted Chicken + $1.50, Breaded Chicken + $1.50, No Chicken (Source: places.singleplatform.com Roasted Chicken Hoagies and Sandwiches make a delicious option for lunch or dinner. Enjoy tender, juicy chicken and fresh ingredients on a fresh hoagie roll or a wheat bun. Choose a cheese: American Cheese, Provolone Cheese, Cheddar Cheese, Swiss Cheese, Pepper Jack Cheese, No Cheese. Would you like spreads?: Mayo, Extra Mayo, Little Bit of May, Ranch Dressing, Sriracha Sauce, Buffalo Sauce, Creamy Horseradish Sauce, Creamy Chipotle, Miracle Whip, Spicy Mustard, Yellow Mustard, Honey Mustard, Ketchup, BBQ Sauce

As I alluded to before, burgers are just the beginning of Wawa’s plan for dinner dominance. Last year, the company started piloting dinner items such as penne or fettuccine pasta with Alfredo, marinara or Bolognese sauce, rotisserie-style chicken, mac and cheese and braised chicken, pork roast or pot roast with two sides. (Source: www.heraldtribune.com At my Wawa – the one at U.S. 301 and Myrtle Street in Sarasota – “heat and eat” options included penne Alfredo, chicken enchiladas, chicken Parmesan, Buffalo-style chicken mac and cheese, meatloaf and grilled chicken breast. So beyond the burger, a lot of these dinner dishes are available already in heat-and-eat form.))


Wawa was founded in 1890, by George Wood, as the Wawa Dairy Farm. Wawa’s name comes the name of the town Wawa, which is from the Ojibwe word for the Canada goose. An image of a goose in flight is now the Wawa corporate logo. The companys main competitors in the ‘fast food for commuters segment’ are McDonalds, Wendys, Sonic Drive-In and Dutch Bros, though no fast food restaurant chains also serve as gas stations, like Wawa does. (Source: allfoodmenuprices.org This emphasis on comfort food reminds me of Rogers Market, the new convenience store in Sarasota-Manatee that I see as a sort of local response to Wawa. Rogers, which has all the typical fixings of a convenience store, also serves homemade dishes like mac and cheese and fried chicken sandwiches. (Source:www.heraldtribune.com))



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