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This delicious chain is finally planning to open its first restaurant in Idaho: When, Where

It’s official, Idaho: Raising Cane’s says it’s coming.

Known for its mouthwatering chicken fingers and signature Cane’s Sauce, the popular chain plans to make its Gem State debut in the Treasure Valley’s fast-food hub: Meridian.

“Raising Cane plans to begin construction on a new restaurant in Meridian in mid-summer 2025 and open later next year,” Raising Cane’s publicity department said in an email to the Idaho Statesman.

Obviously Eagle Road is involved. City permits show Raising Cane’s has filed pre-application paperwork to open at 2700 N. Eagle Road, not far from quick-service competitors Five Guys and Firehouse Subs. (An email to Raising Cane’s confirming this was the same spot referenced was not immediately returned.) The submitted plan includes a 2,862-square-foot restaurant and a double drive-thru.

While it’s impossible to top the excitement surrounding the launch of In-N-Out Burger in Meridian last December, Raising Cane’s is also highly sought after by Idaho fast food fans. A media report two years ago created excitement by saying Raising Cane’s was targeting Boise in 2024.

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Raising Cane's is known for its

Raising Cane’s is known for its “craveable chicken finger meals.”

Headquartered in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Raising Cane’s is one of the nation’s fastest growing restaurant brands. It ended 2023 with 764 US locations in 37 states. The chain also has restaurants in the Middle East and Guam.

Raising Cane’s has crept relatively close to the Idaho state line, but not close to the Treasure Valley. At about the same time, In-N-Out made its Meridian debut and Raising Cane’s opened a location in Logan, Utah.

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