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BB.Q Chicken to Expand From Chinatown to Silverado Ranch

Korean fried chicken prepared in olive oil is coming soon

A table filled with plates of chicken pieces fried in 100% extra virgin oil from BB.Q Chicken.
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BB.Q Chicken became an instant hit when it debuted in Chinatown’s Shanghai Plaza earlier this year and despite a summer of dining restrictions, Korea’s “No. 1 fried chicken chain” is already expanding to Silverado Ranch.

Replacing the former Ninth Island menu of Maui Tacos, BB.Q Chicken is officially announcing it is coming soon to a corner property close to the intersection of Silverado Ranch Boulevard and Maryland Parkway, upgraded with an outdoor patio.

A neighbor to Veggy Street and Classic Rock Coffee Co., the 2,331-square-foot counter-service space joins a growing global empire of more than 2,000 international venues, specializing in chicken prepared in 100 percent extra virgin oil.

Yet to announce a potential opening date, or future hours, the Spring Mountain branch is open daily from 11 a.m. until 9 p.m., serving its battered and fried golden original flavor, a secret spice version featuring a tomato, onion and garlic sauce, and a hot and spicy option.

Served as a whole chicken, wings, or boneless dishes, pieces can also be also be dipped in a sweet and savory mascarpone and cheddar cheese powder.

Among the expected side dishes, kimbap, bulgogi poutine, corn cheese, and Ddeok bokki spicy rice cakes.

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Shanghai Plaza

4258 Spring Mountain Road, Las Vegas, NV 89102

Veggy Street

5135 South Fort Apache Road, , NV 89148 (702) 798-0708 Visit Website

Maui Tacos

1110 E. Silverado Ranch Blvd., Suite 120-130, Las Vegas, NV 89183 702-477-7008

Classic Rock Coffee

Durango Post Pavilion, NWC Durango and Post,, Las Vegas, NV 89128

BB.Q Chicken

4276 Spring Mountain Road, , NV 89102 (702) 227-8646 Visit Website

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