Quick Answer: Why Is Raising Canes So Popular?

Is Raising Canes sweet tea good?

Not the best, but definitely one of the better tasting teas I have had from a fast food restaurant.

It was of course fresh brewed and definitely on the strong side.

The unsweetened tea has just the slightest hint of sweetness, which was actually pretty good..

Who owns Raising Cane’s Chicken?

Todd GravesOur Founder, Todd Graves (Founder, CEO, Fry Cook & Cashier) took a few pictures along the way. Flip through and find out what it took to bring his dream of Raising Cane’s® to reality.

Why Is Raising Canes called that?

It started as the worst grade in a college business planning class and I was turned down by almost every bank in town. I had to work as a boilermaker in L.A. refineries and commercial fishing in Alaska to raise money to start the restaurant that I named after my dog, Raising Cane I.

What’s so great about Raising Cane’s?

Raising Cane’s was recognized as having the “Most Loyal Guests” in the fast-casual segment in Technomic’s 2018 Consumers’ Choice Awards. But those award-winning fingers don’t do it alone. They are side-kicked by crinkle fries, coleslaw, Texas Toast, and another gem of the menu — Cane’s Sauce.

Why do people like Raising Canes?

The chicken at Raising Cane’s is so good because it’s GOOD QUALITY FOOD. The chicken breasts we receive are premium cut tenderloins from the front of the breast. Our fries are high qualoty as well, and so is our toast.

Is Raising Canes overrated?

Raising Canes is seriously overrated. The tenders have no flavor. Only good if you dip it in the secret sauce. If you are a tenders place, your tenders should stand on their own without the sauce.

Did canes copy Zaxby’s?

Zaxbys was started in 1990, Raising Canes in 1996, so there is your answer. Zaxby’s has wings and menu choices so neither is that similar.

Which is better Zaxby’s or Raising Cane’s?

Chicken: I personally liked Zaxby’s chicken better. It was crunchy and although it was a bit drier than Cane’s chicken, it had more seasoning and flavor. … Sauce: Cane’s sauce was also much better than Zaxby’s sauce. The sauces are close in flavor, but Cane’s sauce was smoother and tasted less like vinegar.

Who came first Zaxby’s or Raising Canes?

Both chains are children of the ’90s — millennial chains, if you will, with Zaxby’s opening in 1990 and Raising Cane’s opening in 1996.

Does cane sauce go bad?

🥫 Storage/Shelf Life/Reheating Any homemade sauce can unfortunately expire, though I doubt this sauce will last long enough to go bad. You should store your sauce in the refrigerator in an airtight container. (We like to use a mason jar or a Tupperware.)

What Is Raising Cane’s sauce made of?

“Cane’s fired me,” the woman wrote on Twitter, adding that the special recipe is just “mayo, ketchup, Worcestershire sauce, black pepper [and] garlic powder.”

Is Raising Canes better than Chick Fil A?

Both are ranked among the top fast food chains in America. Chick-fil-A is famous for its chicken sandwich and fluffy chicken biscuits, while Cane’s is renown for its sweet tea, toast, and never-frozen tenders. Which one does fried chicken better? … Chick-fil-A is ranked as the No.

Does Raising Canes have grilled chicken?

When it comes to how does this underdog stack up against the fan favorites we’ve all grown up with when it comes to nutrition, we’d say Raising Cane’s holds their own. Although they don’t have any healthier grilled options, their menu items are good for what they are — fried chicken and French fries.

What can you substitute at Canes?

Coleslaw, fries and toast can be substituted for one another, or an extra Cane’s Sauce.

Where does the phrase Raising Cane come from?

To raise Cain means to cause a commotion, to create a disturbance, to make trouble. The Cain in the phrase raise Cain refers to a character in the Old Testament of the Bible. Cain was the son of Adam and Eve, and he murdered his brother Abel. In the story, both Cain and Abel bring an offering to God.

What do they say at Raising Cane’s?

“Chicken, chicken, chicken which combo you pickin’?” is a familiar phrase the patrons of Cane’s hear anytime they go through the drive-thru.