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Raising Cane’s opens in Escondido

Chamber members, including CEO J.R. Rowten and city council members Consuelo Martinez, Joe Garcia and Tina Inscoe, Deputy Mayor Mike Morasco and Chamber member Joe Coyle help cut the ribbon to welcome Raising Cane’s to Escondido. Photos by David Zumaya of My San Diego North County

The newest Raising Cane’s restaurant opened Tuesday, September 21 with its popular chicken finger concept at 1280 W. Valley Parkway. The Escondido Chamber of Commerce celebrated the opening with a ribbon cutting attended by area VIPs.
The restaurant accepted entries all day for its “Lucky 20” drawing to award 20 Customers ages 13 and older Free Cane’s for a Year. The first 100 dine-in Customers also received a free Cane’s t-shirt and a free combo card to use on their next visit.
“In the past few weeks, we’ve met lots of loyal Caniacs through our sponsorships with Cruisin’ Grand, Plays in the Park, and Escondido Pop Warner Football and Cheer,” said Area Leader of Restaurants Mark Condello. “We’ve developed a loyal following in North County, so we’re thrilled to expand in the area and give Escondido their very own Raising Cane’s. As part of our Grand Opening partnerships, we will be donating to Dogs on Deployment and Escondido Rising Stars.”
Escondido’s new Raising Cane’s will serve Customers through its mobile app, online ordering, takeout, dine-in and its double drive-thru. The restaurant is open Sunday through Wednesday from 9 a.m. to 2 a.m., and Thursday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3:30 a.m. and marks the fifth in the San Diego area and 47th in California.

 

Tom Stinson of Assemblywoman Marie Waldron’s office makes a presentation to Cane’s general manager Ale Gonzalez as Escondido Chamber CEO J.R. Rowten looks on. Photos by David Zumaya of My San Diego North County

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