Raising Cane’s is Coming to Miami, Florida

Raising Cane's in Homestead

After a tease earlier this year about a possible Raising Cane’s opening in Hialeah’s Long John Silver location, it’s official about their imminent debut in Florida. Raising Cane’s is nearing 600 restaurant locations with Homestead, South Beach, and a couple of spots in Orlando and Tampa.

The South Beach Raising Cane’s (351 Lincoln Road) will be a flagship store. The exact opening date as of right is not known, but they’re tentatively saying February 2022. Fingers crossed, though, as South Floridians know that rarely do businesses down here escape unexplainable delays.

Raising Cane’s Homestead

Raising Cane's in Homestead, Florida is Under Construction
Raising Cane’s in Homestead, Florida is Under Construction

July 13th, 2022 – Raising Cane’s in Homestead is still under construction. However, a sign is up to let everyone know they’re accepting employment applications.

Raising Cane’s South Beach

November 15th, 2021 – The restaurant has a very SoBe look and vibe created exclusively for this location. No word yet on whether the other Florida locations will have the classic Raising Cane’s layout or something different.

All of the South Beach restaurant rendering images are courtesy of Raising Cane’s.

Raising Cane's South Beach Restaurant
Inside Raising Cane’s SoBe
Raising Cane's South Beach Restaurant
A look outside Raising Cane’s South Beach Restaurant
Raising Cane's South Beach Restaurant
More Inside Raising Cane’s SoBe
Raising Cane's South Beach Restaurant
Another angle outside of Raising Cane’s South Beach

About Raising Cane’s Food

Raising Cane's Chicken Tenders
Raising Cane’s Chicken Tenders

During my extensive road trips a few years back, I ate from a few Raising Cane’s in Kentucky & Ohio. We loved them, and I’m excited for them to arrive in South Florida.

The menu at Raising Cane’s is simple but effective: Chicken Fingers, Crinkle-cut Fries, buttered Texas Toast, and Coleslaw. There’s also a chicken finger sandwich.

The rug that ties the room together is their Cane’s sauce, their version of a Comeback sauce. It’s served with the tenders, the sandwich, and it’s great for dunking your texas toast too.

The chicken tender revolution continues…

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