Raising Cane’s Spending Big for New Location on The Strip

Fast food chicken joint hopes to open new Las Vegas Boulevard location in the next year

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Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers has plans for another location in Las Vegas. 

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The chicken fingers restaurant is planning an interior remodel of an existing two story building. The renovation will include exterior storefront replacement and adding an exterior LED display system, according to permits filed with the city. 

The contract is valued at $1.5 million. 

The new location will be at 3791 S. Las Vegas Blvd. 

“Raising Cane’s is in the planning and development stages of a new restaurant in Las Vegas,” according to a statement the company emailed to What Now Las Vegas. “Pending the approval of local entitlements and permitting, Cane’s is targeting to open late 2021 or early 2022.” 

The approximately 3,800 square foot space will apparently be Cane’s first two-story restaurant. 

Founded by Todd Graves, Raising Cane’s offers a variety of chicken finger and chicken sandwich meals that come with fries, coleslaw and Texas toast

“The interior design will be one-of-a-kind and uniquely reflective of the City of Las Vegas and the interactive nature of the strip,” the statement read. “On the exterior, Cane’s is planning to install an LED display that will be the largest Raising Cane’s branded message board of any of our 550+ locations.” 

With several locations across the city including one already called The Strip at 7550 S. Las Vegas Blvd, Raising Cane’s is looking to become even more of a household name in Vegas.

Alex Zorn

Alex Zorn

Alex is a Denver-based reporter with five years of experience as a news reporter and several daily and weekly newspapers on the Colorado Western Slope, including The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel, The Rifle Citizen Telegram and The Glenwood Springs Post Independent. His beat coverage has ranged from crime and courts to health coverage during the COVID-19 pandemic. In his free time, he enjoys skiing down the Colorado slopes and tuning in to the latest Netflix crime drama.
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7 months ago

I wonder if their lines will be as long as they are here in California. Good chicken though.

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