Watch a chickens fry over a wood-fired glow during Cowboy Chicken Wood Fire Rotisserie. The grill keeps a chickens on a rotisserie for dual hours and they baste themselves in their possess juices as they turn.
A new fast-casual grill in Sioux Falls is marrying wood-fired rotisserie duck with a lurch of what a manager calls “cowboy cool.”
Cowboy Chicken Wood Fire Rotisserie will open during 2700 W. 41st St. on Thursday, and already a owners are eyeing opening a second plcae in Sioux Falls.
“We unequivocally have high hopes for this location,” pronounced District Manager David Ryburn. “We’re looking during entertainment 6 months of information before we make that decision.”
The 2,765-square-foot restaurant facilities a large, multi-reel rotisserie where guest can perspective a chickens roasting while they sequence and dine.
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Menu equipment embody a three-piece dim beef choice with dual sides and a roll for $7.99, a half-chicken with dual sides and a roll for $8.99, 3 enchiladas and a side for $8.99. Sandwiches cost $8 and salads cost $9.
Other menu equipment embody twice-baked potatoes, baked mac and cheese, ranchero beans, cobblers baked in-house daily and anniversary iced tea (the season for this time of a year is apple.)
The grill seats 77 and will offer lunch and cooking daily from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., and offer to-go service, delivery and catering.
The chickens are hand-seasoned in a store, cooking for 24 hours and roasted for dual hours over a wood-burning glow fueled by a retailer in Tea. The grill will go by about a cord of timber a week.
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“You see kids all a approach adult to 70-, 80-year-old organisation usually enraptured by a fire, staring during it, entrance adult to take pictures,” Ryburn said. “There are a lot of restaurants out there, though we like to consider we’ve forged out a niche that nobody else unequivocally has.”
The duck is a pivotal partial in a immeasurable infancy of a restaurant’s dishes, so a consistent supply is crucial, he said.
“We will always have duck going,” he said.
The grill also highlights a from-scratch, hand-prepared menu items, done “with hands and love,” Ryburn said.
Cowboy Chicken has an app for diners, by find restaurants, amass rewards and compensate for meals.
Ryburn pronounced it was formidable to partisan adequate workers for a Sioux Falls location, a common problem for many employers in this market. He hoped to sinecure 60 employees though has usually hired 47 so far.
“It’s been flattering difficult in this market. In each market, though in this one it’s been unequivocally challenging,” he said.
The grill is still hiring. Those meddlesome in jobs might request online during www.frcgjobs.com.
FRC also owns a HuHot Mongolian Grill franchises in Sioux Falls and introduced PepperJax Grill to a market, so it knows a marketplace and a demands.
“We’re informed with this area,” he said.
This is a third Cowboy Chicken grill for Franchise Restaurant Concepts Group, an Omaha-based associate of Sun Capital Partners.
The Sioux Falls plcae is partial of a authorization agreement sealed final year with FRC Group to open 14 Cowboy Chicken locations opposite Iowa, Kansas and South Dakota.
With a further of a Sioux Falls location, Cowboy Chicken will have 23 locations in Texas, Louisiana, Alabama, Oklahoma, Nebraska and Iowa. It was founded in Dallas in 1981.
FRC Group has non-stop locations in Ankeny, Iowa, and Manhattan, Kansas.
“They’re unequivocally vehement about us and a group, and we’re vehement to be flourishing in a Midwest,” Ryburn said.
A week-long grand opening jubilee with daily discounts and promotions is set for February, with sum announced soon.
Cowboy Chicken in Sioux Falls is on Facebook and a phone series is 605-334-0009.