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Burnin’ Mouth to Dare Diners to Bite Into the ‘Hottest Chicken Ever Made’

Korean-inspired hot chicken sandwiches head to the westside

The Coo Coo Nashville hot chicken sandwich, coming to the westside from Burnin’ Mouth.
Burnin’ Mouth
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Combining sweet and spicy Korean fried chicken with the heat of a Nashville hot sandwich, Oxnard, California’s Burnin’ Mouth is expanding from its California food hall roots to a brick-and-mortar space on the westside.

Realtors Virtus Commercial place the new home of the self-described “hottest chicken ever made” at the Charleston Festival retail center, close to Torrey Pines Drive and replacing a 2,340-square-foot Chipotle outpost.

Sitting next door to Capriotti’s and joining the Moko Ramen Bar and Grouchy John’s Coffee, Burnin’ Mouth debuted earlier this year in Ventura County’s Annex Food Hall, boldly challenging walk-up customers to sample its “insane,” “ugly,” and “bad” spice levels, or “chicken out” and opt for “mild” and “simple” heat on their meals.

Yet to announce an estimated opening date, the Burnin’ Mouth menu features fries, chicken wings, tenders, and Texas toast, and its two main attractions, the Nashville hot Coo Coo sandwich, topped with pickles, sauce, and coleslaw, and the Bang Bang, prepared with garlic soy or sweet chili sauces, topped with butter ranch, coleslaw, and pickles and the brand’s own version of comeback sauce.

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Burnin’ Mouth

6340 W Charleston Boulevard, Las Vegas, NV 89146 Visit Website

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6350 W. Charleston Blvd., Suite 110, Las Vegas, NV 89117 725-485-6520 Visit Website

Moko Ramen Bar

6350 W Charleston Blvd Ste 120, Las Vegas, NV 89146

Dave’s Hot Chicken

9040 W Sahara Ave, Las Vegas, NV Visit Website

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