Carroll Report Westminster

Fowl Play: Chicken Finger Fanatics Flock to Raising Cane’s Westminster Opening

In a poultry-filled spectacle that rivaled a red carpet premiere, Raising Cane’s chicken finger fans flocked to the grand opening of their new Westminster location, causing a stir of excitement and hunger pangs. Over 100 finger-licking enthusiasts gathered in front of the fast-food joint, eagerly anticipating a chicken experience like no other.

Ever since Raising Cane’s touched down in Maryland earlier this year, it has been met with a frenzy akin to finding out you won the lottery. The Louisiana-born fried chicken sensation started humbly in 1996 with a tiny shop in Baton Rouge. Fast forward to today, and it has transformed into a nationwide phenomenon, capturing hearts (and stomachs) with its mouthwatering chicken fingers.

The eatery owes its name to its founder, Todd Graves, and his trusty sidekick, a yellow Labrador retriever named Raising Cane. Legend has it that this furry friend was a constant fixture around the original construction site, basking in the aroma of golden-fried goodness. After Raising Cane passed away in 1998, Graves continued the legacy with not one, but two more yellow labs—Raising Cane II and the current heir to the throne, Raising Cane III. Talk about a dynasty of chicken devotion!

If you find yourself tempted by the allure of Raising Cane’s and want to be part of this poultry extravaganza, head on over to the intersection of Baltimore Boulevard and Englar Road. The doors swing open from 10 a.m. to midnight, Sunday through Thursday, and if you’re a nocturnal chicken aficionado, fear not! They’ve got you covered with extended hours until 1 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays. Prepare to have your taste buds whisked away on a chicken-fueled adventure of epic proportions!

So, gather your chicken-loving tribe, brace yourself for tantalizing flavors, and let Raising Cane’s fulfill all your crispy dreams. Just remember, when it comes to those legendary chicken fingers, resistance is cluckin’ futile!

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