Raising Cane’s opens new North Phoenix location | Business

Popular chicken finger brand Raising Cane’s just opened the doors to its newest location Wednesday, Sept. 7, located at 2804 W. Bell Road in North Phoenix.

The new Raising Cane’s kicked off its grand opening with an official ribbon-cutting ceremony hosted by the North Phoenix Chamber of Commerce closely followed by a check presentation to The Society of St. Vincent de Paul, a local non-profit that is a longtime food bank partner of Raising Cane’s.

“We’re thrilled to be a part of North Phoenix and bring more ‘One Love’ to this great community,” said Molly Herbert, area leader of restaurants.

“Raising Cane’s is known for an unrelenting focus on hiring a great crew, having a cool culture and being active in the community. We don’t want to be just another restaurant chain in the area, we want to become an integral part of this neighborhood.”

The newest Raising Cane’s will serve customers through its mobile app, two-lane drive-thru, takeout and option to dine inside or on its small patio. Open from 9 am to 1 am Sunday through Thursday and 9 am to 2 am Friday and Saturday, Raising Cane’s will be a great destination for lunch, dinner and late-night meals.

This marked Raising Cane’s 29th location in Arizona, and the chain’s 22nd in Phoenix.

Raising Cane’s is the nation’s fastest-growing chicken finger concept, rapidly approaching 700 restaurants in over 35 states and Guam as it opens 100 new restaurants across 10 new markets in 2022. The company has One Love — craveable chicken finger meals — which includes the iconic “Cane’s Sauce,” named the #1 sauce in the quick-service industry.

Raising Cane’s is consistently recognized for being a great place to work, most recently earning them a spot on Glassdoor’s ”Best Places to Work” list, and Forbes’ “America’s Best Large Employers” list. Raising Cane’s was also recently recognized in the inaugural Forbes Halo 100 for excellence in delivering customer satisfaction and brand trust.

Raising Canes

2804 W. Bell Road, Phoenix


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