Lay’s JUST Dropped 5 New Restaurant-Inspired Flavors, Including Philly Cheesesteak
Lay's is rolling out five all-new flavors inspired by restaurants across the country—and we seriously don't know which to try first.
Chip lovers know Lay’s delivers a quality chip for salty snacking. They’re always rolling out wacky new flavors, from addicting Sea Salt and Vinegar Poppables to Fried Pickles with Ranch chips that taste like a county fair treat. But what if you could get your favorite restaurant-style dishes rolled into a totally binge-worthy chip?
Lay’s is dropping five all-new flavors inspired by iconic foods from across the country. And yes, that includes a classic Philly Cheesesteak.
These Are Your New Favorite Lay’s Flavors
Lay’s crisscrossed the country, from NYC all the way to LA, to find inspiration for these new flavors, and they didn’t disappoint. Each restaurant-inspired chip is more unique and mouthwatering than the last, featuring classic dishes like Philly Cheesesteak and Nashville Hot Chicken. If you’re looking for something to spice up snack time, here’s the full roster:
- Lay’s Chile Relleno (from Cocina Azul in Albuquerque)
- Lay’s Kettle Cooked New York Style Pizza (from Grimaldi’s in New York City)
- Lay’s Nashville Hot Chicken (from Party Fowl in Nashville)
- Lay’s Philly Cheesesteak (from Geno’s Steaks in Philadelphia)
- Lay’s Wavy Carnitas Street Taco (from El Torito in Los Angeles)
These flavors are so craveable, we’re not even sure which to try first! Could one of these swipe the crown from our favorite Lay’s flavor?
Here’s When (and Where) to Snag a Bag
The new Lay’s flavors roll out nationwide the week of July 13. If you’re already headed to the store or shopping online to fill your grocery delivery cart, you’ll have to wait a sec. Luckily, most of the chips will be available at any retailer, though the Chile Relleno flavor will be a Walmart exclusive.
We can’t wait to snack on these brand spankin’ new flavors from Lay’s! In the meantime, fill up at home with our favorite homemade potato chips.