Customers were lined up in droves this weekend at the first Raising Cane’s in Orlando, which officially opened its doors for business last week.
Raising Cane’s celebrated its grand opening at 7105 Palm Parkway on Tuesday, November 7.
The business was swarmed by customers during its first weekend at its new restaurant, which is located near Portillo’s and White Castle in south Orlando.
The new location is one of three that Raising Cane’s plans to open in Orlando. Currently, the chain operates 12 locations across the Sunshine State.
The menu at Raising Cane’s centers around chicken fingers, which are available in a variety of combinations (i.e., sandwiches, boxes, etc.), and in “tailgate” quantities of 25, 50, 75, and 100.
In addition to its staple dish, the restaurant offers multiple sides including crinkle-cut fries, Texas toast, and coleslaw.
Raising Cane’s joins several other national brands that have established themselves in the O-Town West Village over recent years.
That includes McAlister’s Deli, BurgerFi, Bubbakoo’s Burritos, Vitality Bowls, and White Castle, which opened its first location in Central Florida at 11595 Daryl Carter Parkway. It also includes P.F. Chang’s To Go, which opened last year.