Love Fried Chicken? A New Player In The Chicken Restaurant Battle Comes To Las Vegas
If you love fried chicken like I do, then get ready to taste-test a southeastern United States fast-food restaurant — Bojangles is headed to Las Vegas. The fried chicken fast food restaurant has plans to open 20 new locations here in the Las Vegas valley. Unquestionably, the fried chicken battle is heating up here in town.
Where Will Las Vegas Bojangles Be Located?
I love southern fried chicken. My eyes light up when I see a bucket of KFC, Popeyes, Church’s, or any other brand you can think of. However, I can’t enjoy too much of that delicious chicken or I’ll double in size. But, if you’ve ever traveled through, or lived in, the southeastern part of the United States, your taste buds should perk up. Bojangles, one of the most popular fast-food chains in that region, is getting ready to open 20 locations here in Las Vegas.
Bojangles was founded in 1977 in Charlotte, North Carolina, with a single location. The company has expanded to incorporate approximately 800 stores. That’s according to an article on Fox5Vegas.com by Caitlin Lilly. Bojangles is signing a development agreement to open 20 locations throughout the Las Vegas valley. In addition, they’ll be opening 10 more restaurants inside TravelCenters of America stops here in the western United States.
When is Bojangles Opening in Las Vegas?
If it seems like there are a lot of chicken drive-thru restaurants popping up all over southern Nevada, you’re correct! As I have noted, the well-known national chains like KFC, Popeyes, and Church’s have been here for years. Lately, “hot chicken” restaurants have also been popping up. For example, Dave’s Hot Chicken now has three locations in town. Additionally, Houston TX Hot Chicken has three spots in Las Vegas too. By the same token, if you do a web search for fried chicken in Las Vegas, you’ll see plenty “Best Of” lists like this one on Vegas.Eater.com.
Meanwhile, here comes Bojangles to Las Vegas. I’ve munched out on their delicious fried chicken when I’ve been in the southeast. Good stuff! While no date has yet been announced for the first local Bojangles restaurant’s opening, their website says it all: “Bojangles is the authentic Southern chicken franchise powerhouse, bringing handmade favorites to new regions across the U.S.”