Burger King's French Fry Burger McDonald’s will introduce Mighty Wings nationwide at most locations on Sept. 9, with systemwide rollout by Sept. 24, the company said. The item consists of lightly breaded and fried chicken wings and drums.

Mighty Wings will be available in orders of three, five and 10 pieces, starting at $2.99. Pricing during a Chicago-area test last winter was $2.99 for three, $4.79 for five and $8.99 for 10.

Burger King will introduce a French Fry Burger for $1 on Sept. 1. The item is a standard hamburger with four French fries on top of the patty. The sandwich will be available through the end of the year.

Subway will introduce garlic bread as a new option for its sandwiches starting Sept. 1. The bread will be available systemwide through the rest of the year, or while supplies last. Afterwards, franchisees will have the option of continuing to serve it, a company spokesman said.

Subway's garlic bread Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill & Bar has added three new Honey Pepper Grill items at its 1,885 locations through Nov. 11.

The Honey Pepper Sirloin is grilled, tossed in honey pepper sauce, served over fried red potatoes, and topped with fried onions and jalapeños. It is priced at a suggested $11.29.

The 4-Cheese Mac & Cheese with Honey Pepper Chicken Tenders features breaded chicken tenders in honey pepper sauce served over macaroni and cheese that is mixed with applewood-smoked bacon. It is priced at a suggested $10.99, and is also available on the chain’s Lunch Combos menu, starting at $6.99.

The Honey Pepper Chicken & Shrimp is made with grilled chicken over fried red potatoes and green beans, all topped with fried shrimp tossed in the honey pepper sauce. It is priced at a suggested $10.99.

Applebee's 4-Cheese Mac & Cheese with Honey Pepper Chicken TendersThe entrées are also available as part of Applebee’s 2 for $20 offer, which is a shareable appetizer and two full-sized entrées for $20.

Hardee’s and Carl’s Jr. have added a Buffalo Blue Cheese Burger to their menus for football season.

The burgers are made with beef patties topped with Frank’s Red Hot Buffalo Wings sauce, blue cheese crumbles, Swiss cheese, mayonnaise, red onion, tomato and lettuce. They are served on a sesame seed bun for about $2.89 for a single, $3.89 for a double, and $4.89 for a Hardee’s Thickburger or Carl’s Jr. Six Dollar Burger.

Hardee’s has also introduced Buffalo Chicken Tenders at its 1,951 locations. The tenders are breaded, dipped in Frank’s RedHot sauce and served with buttermilk ranch dipping sauce. They are available in three- and five-piece servings, starting at $3.49.

Although this is the first time the chains have used Frank’s RedHot sauce on hamburgers, both chains used the Buffalo Wings sauce on a Buffalo Chicken Sandwich in 2007. Hardee’s also offered Buffalo Hand-Breaded Chicken Tenders and Chicken Fillet Sandwiches in 2011.

Carl’s Jr. has 1,391 locations.