In New York City, the first location of a franchise that serves fried chicken prepared in the style of the state of Louisiana opened its doors to the general public on Tuesday, and it is located near the intersection of Broadway and 44th Street.
Cane’s location in New York is distinguished from its other locations by its larger-than-usual space—approximately 8,000 square feet—and its many unique amenities.
A image of the restaurant’s Caniac Corner decor, which included a table for Cane’s sauce and couches for Texas toast, gained a lot of traction on Twitter before the restaurant opened its doors.
The entrance of the restaurant contains, in addition to the Caniac Corner, a statue of the Cane’s yellow lab mascot decked out in a costume depicting the Statue of Liberty.
In addition to a one-of-a-kind artwork and window displays that adapt to the changing of the seasons, the restaurant will also offer items produced by Cane. In the shop front of Cane’s, there is now a life-size replica of a chicken tender that has been dipped in sauce and is surrounded by fries.
There are also self-service ordering kiosks available at Cane’s in New York City. According to a press release, the business intends to make the New York site its “Global Flagship” and draw customers from all over the world. All of this is a part of the plan.
Raising Cane’s founder, Todd Graves, made the following comment in a press statement: “The Times Square Global Flagship marks a monumental moment for our brand.” “I absolutely cannot wait to find out what the future has in store for Cane’s in New York and beyond.”
According to the press release, this is merely the first of 25 restaurants that Cane’s plans to open in various places across New York City over the course of the next three years.