Mad Fact

Annie Oakley was adopted by Sioux war chief, Sitting Bull, who gave her the nickname Little Sure Shot, which she would use to advertise herself in future shows.

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One dietary survey found that people who ate avocados had a much higher nutrient intake and had a lower risk of metabolic syndrome.

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Annie Oakley

Chef's Inspiration

The Annie Oakley wrap was inspired by a classic club sandwich but with a healthier alternative to deli meats and avocado as the creamy replacement for mayo. The bacon we left well enough alone, because duh, and the Ranch brings everything together.

MAD Story

Everyone knows Annie Oakley as the sharpshooter in Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show, but not many know she was the biggest diva in the history of the west. Before appearing on stage, Bill would have to bring Annie: 18 chunks of center-cut bacon, 20 pounds of jack cheese, 72 slices of Hass Avocado, 3 pounds of grilled chicken breast pre-seasoned and brined for a minimum of 24 hours before it was placed in the oven, and a gallon of ranch dressing. After months of enduring, Bill snapped. He told Annie if she wanted to remain employed, she’d have to be more reasonable with her pre-show snack. Annie agreed and started ordering one wrap with bacon, avocado, jack cheese and citrus chicken covered in Ranch! Bill started selling Annie’s tasty creation to hungry show guests, and his ‘Annie Oakleys’ became an international sensation.


  • House Grilled Chicken
  • Romaine
  • Avocado
  • Whole Wheat Tortilla

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