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    Boneless Buffalo Wings Main Dish
    Calypso Cooler Beverages
    Chicken Enchilada Soup Appetizers, Salads, Snacks, Soups
    Chocolate Chip Paradise Pie Breakfast, Brunch, Desserts
    Margarita Presidente Beverages
    Nacho Burger Main Dish
    Southwestern Eggrolls Main Dish
    Southwestern Vegetable Soup Appetizers, Salads, Snacks, Soups
    Twisted Lemonade Twist Beverages
    Chili's Grill & Bar is a chain of over 1,000 casual dining restaurants founded by Norman E. Brinker, mostly located in the United States. It is owned by Brinker International, based in Dallas, Texas, which also owns On the Border Mexican Grill & Cantina, Maggiano's Little Italy, Romano's Macaroni Grill, and Rockfish Seafood Grill.

    They are expected to become a franchise in mid May, therefore breaking away from Brinker International.

    Its current official slogan is "Spicealicious."


    Chili's opened its first location on Greenville Ave, in Dallas, Texas on March 13, 1975. It now has locations in 49 U.S. states except Montana and 23 countries including Australia and the UK. Chili's opened its 1,000th restaurant on August 3, 2004.

    On September 20, 2004 and September 25, 2006, 100% of all Chili's Grill & Bar locations owned by parent company Brinker International profits for that day were to be donated to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. In addition to the St. Jude's program, through its parent company, Chili's also makes significant contributions to Scottish Rite Hospital for Children and the Limbs For Life Foundation.

    The song

    Chili's (Baby Back Ribs) is a popular advertising jingle used in Chili's Restaurant commercials to advertise the restaurant's line of baby back ribs. The ad features a doo-wop quartet singing a cappella. Three phrases from the song have entered American popular culture:

    . A baritone voice, staccato: "I want my baby back, baby back, baby back, I want my baby back, baby back, baby back... "
    . A tenor voice: "I want my Chilliiiiiiis baby baaack riiibbs"
    . A Basso profondo voice: "Barbecue Sauce".

    The song was written by Guy Bommarito and produced by Tom Faulkner for GSD&M Advertising of Austin, Texas. Subsequent versions of the popular commercial and its catchy jingle have included *NSYNC, Evander Holyfield, and Dominique Dawes. The jingle was quoted (and perverted) by the character Fat Bastard (Mike Myers) in the movie Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me. It has also been sung on the sitcoms Will & Grace, The War at Home, The Office, and Scrubs. In the last of these, it is said to be the only song with the word "baby" in it that the hospital's resident a cappella group, The Worthless Peons, know.

    Advertising Age magazine named the song first on its list of "10 songs most likely to get stuck in your head" in 2004.


    In the television comedy mockumentary The Office, manager Michael Scott one day insists upon taking a business client to Chili's instead of the Radisson. He submitted a letter to the editor of Small Businessman's Magazine declaring that Chili's is the "new golf course," where business gets done. At the restaurant and during the meeting, Scott sprinkles Chili's references throughout the meeting. He asks the waitress, "May we have an Awesome Blossom, please? Extra awesome?" He later breaks a discussion between his boss and their client by bursting into the "Babyback Ribs" song. Also, after firing an employee named Devon, he gives him a Chili's Gift Certificate in a bid to salvage their "friendship". And in another instance, Michael Scott holds the Annual Employee Awards Night "The Dundies" at a Chili's.


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