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Multimillion-Dollar Raising Cane’s to Bring More Fast-Casual Dining to the Las Vegas Strip

Counter-service chicken finger meals head to the Showcase Mall

The Caniac combo at Raising Cane’s, featuring chicken fingers, crinkle-cut fries, Cane’s sauce, Texas toast and coleslaw.
Raising Cane’s
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Yet another multimillion dollar dining project is on its way to the Strip’s Showcase Mall, this time creating a two-story, flagship expansion for chicken finger kings Raising Cane’s.

Revealed back in March, the latest paperwork confirms the 24-year-old chain will spend an estimated $185,300 to demolish two floors to the south of the mall’s food court. Facing New York-New York and allocating an estimated $1,550,000 to also overhaul the 3,883-square-foot space, the fast-casual restaurant will be roomy enough for a maximum occupancy of 111 inside.

Soon to begin work on the makeover, but not expected to debut this year, Raising Cane’s joins a still-in-the works Olive Garden and an elaborate, rooftop micro-brewery from BrewDog, both located at the northern tip of the retail and entertainment hub and each working with their own seven figure construction budgets.

Sitting between the two developments, thrill ride attraction FlyOver has announced it will open its doors next to the Hard Rock Café later this fall.

Serving until 2 a.m. on Friday and Saturday, Raising Cane’s operates 13 local locations, focused on a compact menu of chicken fingers, crinkle-cut fries, Cane’s sauce, Texas toast, and coleslaw.

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3790 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109 (800) 689-1797 Visit Website

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3785 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109 (702) 644-6946


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