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Tuesday, October 19, 2021

Cowboy Chicken reveals location of first Orlando area restaurant

Posted By on Tue, Oct 19, 2021 at 12:23 PM

click to enlarge Cowboy Chicken's Quarter Chicken - PHOTO COURTESY COWBOY CHICKEN
  • Photo courtesy Cowboy Chicken
  • Cowboy Chicken's Quarter Chicken
The Dallas-based rotisserie chicken chain Cowboy Chicken has revealed the location of its first greater Orlando-area outpost, and it will be in nearby Kissimmee.

The fast-casual Cowboy Chicken, as we wrote about earlier this year, have their hearts set on aggressive expansion in the Orlando area, with up to four locations planned. The newly-signed lease for 3290 Margaritaville Blvd. means that Kissimmee will be the first one out of the gate.

“The growing Orlando market is a perfect opportunity to introduce our brand to both residents and the thousands of tourists visiting this popular destination daily,” said Sean Kennedy, president and CEO of Cowboy Chicken, in a press statement.

The Kissimmee location of Cowboy Chicken — which sells wings, enchiladas and sides in addition to whole chickens — is tentatively set to open in early 2022. Locations in Winter Park, Altamonte Springs and Oviedo are reportedly still in the works.

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