If you’re a fan of salty snacks you probably love potato chips. While some people prefer the regular salty flavor of chips, other people prefer a little extra pizzazz. Maybe your favorite is BBQ or Sour Cream & Onion, for example.

Get ready for things to get a little bit more interesting.

Lays is taking chip flavors to a whole new level. They have created 5 new flavors of Lay’s potato chips that are all inspired by menu items at restaurants across the country. They took great care in selecting the chip flavors and the restaurants they are inspired by, and we think we’ll need to buy a bag of each.

If you miss dining in a restaurant, maybe these chips will help. If you want to give your tastebuds an imaginary vacation to a city clear across the country, maybe these chips will help. If you want an excuse to eat chips for dinner and pretend like it’s a real meal, these chips will definitely help.

What are the new flavors? We’re so glad you asked!

If you like pizza (who doesn’t?), pick up a bag of Lay’s Kettle Cooked New York Style Pizza. These chips are inspired by Grimaldi’s in New York City.

Do you like hot chicken? Lay’s Nashville Hot Chicken might be your new favorite chip flavor. They’re inspired by the restaurant Party Fowl in Nashville.

Send your tastebuds on a trip to Philadelphia with Lay’s Philly Cheesesteak. These chips are inspired by Geno’s Steaks.

Want to visit sunny Los Angeles? Grab a bag of Lay’s Wavy Carnitas Street Taco chips which are inspired by the L.A. restaurant El Torito.

All of the flavors mentioned above will be available nationwide starting the week of July 13th. That’s next week! You’ll be able to find them pretty much wherever you buy Lay’s chips.

There is one additional flavor that’s being released next week, but you’ll need to visit your local Walmart or 7-Eleven to purchase it.

The final flavor is Lay’s Chile Relleno. This chip flavor is inspired by Cocina Azul in Albuquerque.

If these chip flavors already have your mouth watering, you’ll want to pick them up when they go on sale. They are all only available for a limited time.

Which restaurant inspired chip flavor are you going to try first? What’s your favorite potato chip flavor?