Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers coming to the area

City Skipper Gal


Beavercreek just took the first steps to allowing a well-known chicken establishment to break ground. Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers presented a detailed site plan for approval to build a location just south of the Speedway gas station located at the intersection of North Fairfield Rd. and Kemp Rd. The city approved the first reading after hearing public input.

Raising Cane’s is planning on constructing a 3,576 square foot restaurant on a 1.16 acre that will serve fresh, made-to-order chicken strips. They’re known for their “fresh and never frozen” chicken. The chicken is delivered three to four times a week and is purchased from a local farm in Cincinnati. Their sauces are made fresh daily in each store. The only item on the menu that will be found to be frozen are the pre-cut potatoes for the fries. They consider the business to be quick service and not a fast food chain.

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