Keeping things simple is the key to success at Raising Cane’s. They have an excellent recipe for their chicken fingers that cannot be beaten. Whether you’re stopping in for a quick bite or planning a party, they’re sure to be a hit all around.
Due to Raising Cane’s philosophy of perfecting their recipe and serving primarily chicken fingers, customization options are limited and there’s not much of a secret menu. However, if you’re looking to shake things up we still have a few suggestions for you.
Founded in 1996 by Todd Graves, the first Raising Cane’s restaurant was established in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and has since become a go-to restaurant nationwide. While Todd’s proposal for a restaurant that only serves chicken fingers received the lowest grade in his college business class, the hard work he put into saving the money to start his dream business has proved them wrong.
Named after his Labrador Retriever, Raising Cane’s quickly grew from a single campus restaurant to over 650 locations across 38 states. 27 years later, you can be sure that Raising Cane’s has perfected their recipes for a delicious meal out.
The Caniac Club
Those of you who are true Raising Cane’s fans will be pleased to know that you can take advantage of the Caniac Club – their rewards program which will bring you plenty of benefits, such as a free box combo when you join.
Raising Cane’s classic Cane’s Sauce is the only sauce on the menu for a reason: it’s delicious! However, there is one other option for those in the know.
If you want to try something different, ask for their Honey Mustard sauce. While it might not be available in every location, most restaurants make it in-house, resulting in a tasty second option for dipping your chicken fingers.
Extra Crispy Options
In the world of fried chicken, it’s no secret that one of the best things about it is the crispy coating it gets when it’s fried just right. If the standard frying process doesn’t go far enough for you, you can ask for your chicken to be cooked extra crispy.
You do not have to limit yourself to just asking for extra crispy chicken if you are craving crispiness. The crinkle cut fries can also be requested extra crispy so you can personalize your meal just the way you like it.
Naked Chicken Fingers
On the other hand (pun intended), if you’re not a fan of Raising Cane’s crispy coating, or are on a low-carb diet, there is a great secret menu option to satisfy your needs without having to skip out on a family meal. Simply ask for Naked Chicken Fingers and you will be served some fresh, juicy chicken without any breading, but still packed full of flavor.
Texas Toast Sandwich
Raising Cane’s Chicken Sandwich is easily one of the best crispy chicken sandwiches out there. Consider asking for their Texas Toast instead of the standard Kaiser bun if you want to take it to the next level. Buttery Texas Toast combined with savory chicken makes a sandwich so good you’ll wonder why it’s not on the menu.
Cup Of Cane’s Sauce
For those who cannot get enough of the classic Cane’s Sauce, the good news is that you may be able to get much more than one meal’s worth with this hack, some of the Raising Cane’s restaurants will offer a 22 oz cup full of Cane’s Sauce when asked, so you can enjoy this sauce with every meal.
As a bone-us hack, if you are visiting with your furry friend, you can also ask the workers for a dog treat! What you will receive may vary by location, but customers have reported receiving milk bones, bacon strips, or even one of their chicken tenders!
Other Menu Items
As mentioned previously, given the founder’s vision of running a restaurant that only serves chicken fingers, Raising Cane’s doesn’t have the largest number of different items on their menu. However, there are a few options available that you might not consider.
For example, any of the sides that come with a chicken finger combo can also be ordered on their own. If you are craving an extra piece of Texas Toast or need some more coleslaw, just order an additional serving of your favorite side along with your meal.
If you’re hosting people, you can take off the pressure of cooking by ordering one of Raising Cane’s Tailgate boxes. Available in servings of 25, 50, 75, or 100 chicken fingers, these tin-foil trays are a great finger food for any party.
Speaking of taking things home with you, Raising Cane’s also offer jugs of their signature drinks at most locations. Whether you’re a fan of their lemonade, sweet tea, or unsweet tea, you can pick up a gallon for home the next time you stop by for some chicken.
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Raising Cane’s FAQs
When was Raising Canes Founded?
Raising canes was founded in 1996 in Baton Rough, Louisiana.
What is the contact information for Raising Cane’s Headquarters?
100 North St., Suite 802, Baton Rouge, LA 70802; 225-383-7400
What is Raising Cane’s ONE LOVE?
Raising Cane’s one love is based on their philosophy of doing one thing exceptionally – their quality chicken fingers meals.
Can I buy stock in Raising Cane’s?
No, Raising Cane’s is privately owned and is not traded on the public stock market.
Does Raising Cane’s have gift cards?
Yes, Raising Cane’s has physical and electronic gift cards.
Who is Cane?
Raising Cane’s was named after the founders yellow lab, Cane. The original Cane was always with Todd at the construction site and lived until 1998. Since then, the legacy has continued with Cane II (1999 – 2016) and Cane III (born in 2017).
What time does Raising Cane’s open?
Most locations open at 9AM, but times may vary by location.
What time does Raising Cane’s close?
Some locations close as early as 10PM, others stay open as late as 3:30AM. Hours vary by location.
What’s on the Raising Cane’s menu?
Raising Cane’s serves chicken fingers, chicken finger sandwiches, cole slaw, texas toast, Cane’s sauce, crinkle cut fries, lemonade, sweet tea unsweet tea, and Coca-Cola products.
Does Raising Cane’s have dessert?
Raising Cane’s does not serve dessert.
Does Raising Cane’s have grilled chicken?
Raising Cane’s does not serve grilled chicken.
Does Raising Cane’s have free wi-fi?
Wi-fi may vary by location. Not all locations offer wi-fi access.
Is Raising Cane’s open on holidays?
Most Raising Cane’s are closed on all major holidays including New Year’s Day, Easter, Memorial Day, July 4th, Thanksgiving, and Christmas. This may vary by location.
Raising Cane’s Orange County Locations
26801 Aliso Creek Rd., Aliso Viejo, CA 92656
191 Imperial Hwy, Anaheim, CA 92807
223 S. Euclid Street, Anaheim, CA 92802
3150 Harbor Blvd, Costa Mesa, CA 92626
26782 Portola Parkway, Foothill Ranch, CA 92610
12202 Harbor Boulevard, Garden Grove, CA 92840
10142 Adams Avenue, Huntington Beach, CA 92646
23971 El Toro Rd., Laguna Hills, CA 92653
1050 S. Beach Blvd La Habra, CA 90631
26980 Crown Valley Parkway, Mission Viejo, CA 92691
2249 N. Tustin St., Orange, CA 92865
2250 E 17th St, Santa Ana, CA 92701
12775 Beach Blvd, Stanton, CA 90680
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Morgan Mulac is a freelance writer who has spent years on the road as a nomad and now has settled back in California with her family. Some of her favorite spots to travel to in California are in Orange County and the many beaches along the coast. She’s an avid writer about her journeys and enjoys sharing the beauty California has to offer.