Frisco Could Soon Become New Home to Chicken Salad Chick

The expansion continues for this brand offering flavorful sandwiches, salads, and more.
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Chicken Salad Chick could soon offer its delicious scoops and sandwiches in Frisco. That’s according to a recent project filing that lists the latest planned Chicken Salad Chick location at 4305 Main St. in Frisco.

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The filing estimates the interior finish out on the nearly 2,900-square-foot restaurant could be completed in late December, but there’s no word on when the Frisco restaurant could open to the public.

Chicken Salad Chick has multiple locations already in operation across the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex including in Arlington, Fort Worth, and McKinney. The franchise also has locations across the Greater Houston area.

Guests can choose from a variety of chicken salad flavors made fresh each day as a scoop or a sandwich. Flavors range from the Classic Carol with all white meat shredded chicken, minced celery, mayo, and Chicken Salad Chick’s secret seasoning to Kickin’ Kay Lynne with buffalo sauce, ranch, bacon, shredded cheddar cheese, jalapeños, and Sriracha, to everything in between. The menu also includes pimento cheese, fresh salads, soups, and signature sandwiches.

Founded by Stacy Brown in 2008, Chicken Salad Chick now has more than 200 restaurants across the U.S. with plans to add another 30 by the end of this year. “We are offering craveable, made-from-scratch meals served from the heart to guests throughout the South, and are well on our way to be ‘America’s Favorite Place for Chicken Salad,’” stated the brand’s website.

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