Baton Rouge's first Chicken Salad Chick location opens Wednesday
BATON ROUGE - Chicken Salad Chick (CSC), a popular national chain that began in Alabama, is opening its first location in the capital city, Wednesday.
The restaurant specializes in a variety of chicken salads, from beloved southern classics to unique twists on popular favorites. A patron with a preference for traditional flavors might prefer the 'Classic Carol,' a salad with all-white meat, shredded chicken, finely minced celery, mayo, and CSC's secret seasoning.
On the other hand, someone with a taste for novel flavors might opt on the 'Kickin' Kay Lynne,' which is described as a 'flavor powerhouse' with a combination of of buffalo sauce, ranch, bacon, shredded cheddar cheese, jalapeños, and Sriracha.
The first CSC was opened by Stacy Brown, a former stay-at-home mom with a knack for making chicken salads and a determination to offer patrons freshly-made meals at a reasonable price.
The new Baton Rouge location is at Burbank and Lee, diagonal to Rouses grocery store.
It opens at 10:30 a.m. and closes at 8 p.m.
Click here for a look at the menu.
Desktop NewsClick to open Continuous News in a sidebar that updates in real-time.
LDH calls for retired medical professionals to volunteer for vaccine administration
Despite all odds, woman celebrates 105th birthday after battling COVID, pneumonia, strokes
Mayor Broome lays out plan to reduce litter throughout parish, ramp up...
Months after council vote, Confederate monument removed outside old Plaquemine courthouse
Unemployment emails continue to roll in, no update from LWC Tuesday