Raising Cane’s to open fifth San Diego location in June.
Raising Cane’s Set to Open Fifth San Diego Location
Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers, the popular fast-food chain known for its signature hand-battered and fried chicken fingers, is soon to open its fifth location in San Diego, California. The restaurant is expected to open within the Chula Vista Center outdoor shopping mall on June 20, according to sources.
The restaurant, founded by Todd Graves in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, in 1996 and named after his yellow Labrador, has already established itself as a favorite among chicken finger enthusiasts. With more than 375 restaurants across 24 states in the US, as well as in Bahrain, Kuwait, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates, Raising Cane’s has become a prominent player in the fast-food industry.
San Diego has seen a tremendous response to the Raising Cane’s chain since the first outpost opened in Santee back in 2018. The second and third locations followed in Vista and Mira Mesa, respectively, while the fourth opened its doors in Escondido in fall 2021. Now, the upcoming location will be set up at the Chula Vista Center, much to the delight of local foodies.
As with all Raising Cane’s restaurants, the menu of the Chula Vista location will feature the restaurant’s famous chicken fingers, never frozen and hand-battered with their secret recipe, all fried to order. Customers can enjoy the chicken fingers in combo platters, on sandwiches, or with their unique Cane’s sauce. The restaurant reportedly has plans to open up to 30 locations across San Diego over the next decade.
Two more Raising Cane’s locations are currently being developed in the San Diego area, one at 12665 Poway Road in Poway and the other in the former site of a Union Bank on Palm Avenue in Imperial Beach.
With the new addition, Raising Cane’s is all set to continue its run of success, as the locals await the grand opening eagerly. Be sure to visit raisingcanes.com to keep updated with the latest announcements and menu items from the fast-food giant.