The Raising Cane’s chicken finger revolution is on the move in the Lone Star State and heading east, where Caniacs in Longview will finally welcome the popular Louisiana-based chain for the first time next month.
From Six Flags Over Texas to the booming city of McKinney, the Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers revolution is on the move across the Metroplex, and Caniacs in Richardson will testify to that when they welcome the latest DFW addition of the Louisiana-based chain this week!
From the sprawling metropolis of Houston to its suburban outposts in The Woodlands and Spring, the Raising Cane’s chicken finger revolution is on the move in the Lone Star State.
Residents and businesses of Conroe will testify to that next month when they welcome the Louisiana-based chain’s ONE LOVE® for the first time on Thursday, June 5.
As if one could ever be enough for a city like Austin.
With its first Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers going gangbusters in the heart of town off West MLK Boulevard, the locals are craving even more love, and they’ll get it next month when a second Cane’s opens inside the Austin city limits on Thursday, May 29.
Crescent City Caniacs are buzzing about the latest wave of Raising Cane’s restaurants coming their way.
Louisiana’s largest restaurant company is expanding its New Orleans presence by adding six more locations in Orleans Parish. Four of those restaurants will open in the next five months.
Rayford Road restaurant set to open April 9
With his first Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers going gangbusters just a few miles down I-45 in Shenandoah, franchisee Jesson Gil is gearing up to spread the Louisiana-based chain’s ONE LOVE to residents and businesses in Spring. His second restaurant, located at 520 Rayford Road, is set to open on Wednesday, April 9.
Yelp! Baton Rouge receives $4,178 from holiday sales drive
BATON ROUGE, LA (March 14, 2014) – Raising Cane’s founder Todd Graves has always been an animal lover. In fact, he named his popular chain of chicken fingers restaurants after his beloved yellow Labrador, Cane.
Local animal rescue shelters receive $5,400 from holiday sales drive
DALLAS (March 14, 2014) – Raising Cane’s founder Todd Graves has always been an animal lover. In fact, he named his popular chain of chicken fingers restaurants after his beloved yellow Labrador, Cane.
The chicken finger invasion of Lincoln continued when Southern Hospitality Ventures, Inc. opened their 3rd Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers restaurant in north Lincoln at 28th & Cornhusker Highway on February 27, 2014.