Cowboy Chicken

Playing with Fire

If there’s one sure sign of summer, it’s the sight of smoke rising and smell of food cooking from backyard grills. Grilling, in its most basic form, is as old as humans’ taming of fire. The concept of having structures hold food above the flames came along later.

Today, flame grilling is a method used by a number of restaurant operators to provide a particular taste that differentiates them from their competitors.

Cowboy Chicken Debuts First Ft. Worth, TX Unit

Cowboy Chicken Wood Fire Rotisserie, an eight-unit, Dallas-based fast-casual brand, announced it has opened its newest restaurant in Ft. Worth, Texas. 

The 2,500-square-foot location is the first Cowboy Chicken restaurant in Ft. Worth and the fourth corporate restaurant for the company.   

The grand-opening celebration will take place Saturday, October 19, 2013, with the opportunity for one guest to win free chicken for a year. 

Cowboy Chicken Makes Watermelon a Summer Theme

Cowboy Chicken-Wood Fire Rotisserie, the seven-unit Dallas-based fast casual brand, announced that it has brought back fresh cut watermelon for a perfect summer side to their menu. In addition, the popular chicken chain has introduced Watermelon Tea, a thirst-quenching sweet summertime beverage.

 

Cowboy Chicken Saddles Up in Fort Worth, TX

Preparing for further growth, the popular seven-unit Dallas-based fast-casual brand, Cowboy Chicken Wood Fire Rotisserie, announced it has signed a lease to open its newest restaurant in Ft. Worth, Texas. 

The 2,500-square-foot location will be the first Cowboy Chicken restaurant in Ft. Worth and the fourth corporate restaurant for the company.   

Like all Cowboy Chicken locations, Ft. Worth will feature the same chicken cooked over a wood-burning fire like it’s been cooked for more than 30 years, and will hire approximately 25 crew members from the local community.

Kettle Chips are Back at Cowboy Chicken

Cowboy Chicken, the seven-unit Dallas-based, fast-casual, wood-fire rotisserie chicken brand announced it has brought back its made-to-order hot crispy Kettle Chips due to customer demand. In addition, the chicken chain is offering a complimentary cup of its Tortilla Soup with any entree purchased through the end of February.

“We had removed our fresh, hot and made-to-order Kettle Chips from the menu several months ago,” says Sean Kennedy, president of Cowboy Chicken. “Our guests love them so much they let us know they would like them back. We listened.”

Cowboy Chicken Chooses ANX as Data Security Provider

Cowboy Chicken, the fast-casual Dallas, Texas–based restaurant chain, has selected ANXeBusiness Corpo (ANX)) as the endorsed provider of security and Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS) solutions for its brand and franchise community.

The announced alliance supports Cowboy Chicken’s initiative to keep sensitive customer card data safe from cyber criminals using ANX’s SecurePCI solution. The solution provides each Cowboy Chicken location with $100,000 of data breach protection services. 

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