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Thursday, May 27, 2021

Arkansas chain Slim Chickens eyeing outpost in Orlando

Posted By on Thu, May 27, 2021 at 4:30 PM

click to enlarge Arkansas-based fast food chain Slim Chickens is looking toward Orlando. - PHOTO VIA SLIM CHICKENS/INSTAGRAM
  • Photo via Slim Chickens/Instagram
  • Arkansas-based fast food chain Slim Chickens is looking toward Orlando.

A new report from the Orlando Business Journal claims that Orlando is getting yet another chicken chain. Joining a downtown Huey Magoo's, a long-promised Jollibee's and a rumored chicken finger outlet from Louisiana-based Raising Cane's, it looks like Slim Chickens is coming to our city.

The Arkansas-based chain is reportedly talking to landlords in Orlando. A move to Central Florida isn't entirely out of the blue. They have several locations in Florida already, and a Tampa restaurant is one of 500 or so the chain officially has under development.



Slim Chickens sells a wide variety of chicken-based meals, including sandwiches, wraps, wings and tenders. When it gets here, it will join Bojangles and all the others in the great chicken chain migration happening around Orlando.



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