Angry Chickz, the Southern California-born Nashville hot chicken brand, continues its Golden State expansion with its newest location in the Bay Area.

The new restaurant, located at 972 Admiral Callaghan Lane, Ste. F in Vallejo, will celebrate its grand opening with the community with a ribbon-cutting alongside the Chamber of Commerce at 10:45 a.m on Oct. 20.

The first 100 guests in line for the ceremony will receive an exclusive drawstring bag filled with goodies, including a limited-edition Angry Chickz jersey, keychain, coasters, stickers and more. The doors will officially open to serve the community at 11:00 a.m.

“We’re thrilled to open our doors in Vallejo and become part of this vibrant community,” says Founder and CEO David Mkhitaryan. “We’re passionate about serving the best hot chicken money can buy and providing our guests an unforgettable dining experience. We can’t wait to meet each and every hangry fan while sharing our love for life-changing hot chicken.”

In addition to serving delicious Nashville hot chicken, Angry Chickz will regularly partner with local organizations and host events that benefit the community. The Vallejo restaurant will serve guests from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. every day and will be Angry Chickz’ 24th location system-wide. 

Angry Chickz was founded in 2018 by David Mkhitaryan, who wanted to share his love of spicy chicken with the world. The restaurant has quickly become a cult favorite, known for its flavorful and fiery chicken sandwiches and tenders. 

Emerging Concepts, Fast Casual, Growth, News, Angry Chickz