A lot of us here at French Valley Press are foodies, and are even considered food critics. There are always discussions going on about who has the best burger, pizza etc. One staff member actually considers himself a “chicken snob”. With that said, the conversation of who has the best Chicken Fingers came to the table. Here in the French Valley area, we have a few places like Chick-fil-A or even Siggys we can run to, but I think we all get tired of going to the same places over and over. So now, we are hearing that Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers is coming to Riverside County for the first time. Sources tell us they are planning on opening in Riverside on Halloween 2017. If they don’t trick us, we will be in for a real treat. I have personally tried Raising Cane’s when I was in NV a few months ago and did enjoy it. Make sure you get extra sauce and order the Texas Toast. The service was great and fast. This is due partially to their limited menu. Their concept is simple and unique… they only have ONE LOVE – quality chicken finger meals! What makes this establishment interesting, is that Founder Todd Graves got the worst grade on his business plan for a college class. The professor said a chicken finger restaurant would never work. The banks said the same. Look at him now! At Raising Cane’s® you get an exceptionally high quality product served quickly and conveniently. The specialized systems developed by Raising Cane’s® allows them to maintain a level of quality unmatched in the industry. So let’s keep our Chicken Fingers crossed they open as scheduled. Don’t chicken out, just be there!
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