The national fried chicken chain Raising Cane’s will soon be opening its next central Florida location, according to a recent filing with the State of Florida. The store will be located at 8170 W Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy in Kissimmee, near eateries such as Hooter’s and Bahama Breeze.
Founded by CEO Todd Graves in 1996, Raising Cane’s has since become a national force in the fried chicken fast-casual market. The brand stands out in its simple primary offering of boneless chicken tenders which can be ordered along with fries, coleslaw, and thick Texas toast. Customers also have the option to order the chicken tenders between buns as a chicken tender sandwich.
What Now Orlando briefly contacted Dustin Shearer, VP of Restaurants, to inquire about potential opening dates and other pertinent information, but he was not able to answer questions about the location by time of publication.
Until the new Orlando location opens its doors, curious foodies must travel to southern Florida, for a taste of Raising Cane’s, highlighting the significance of the brand’s Central Florida expansion.