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  • Dave's Hot Chicken coming to Bricktown

    A Los Angeles-based restaurant specializing in hot chicken tenders and sliders is planning up to eight locations in the Oklahoma City area, with the first planned for Lower Bricktown.




    Dave's Hot Chicken announced that it has signed a franchise agreement with Brian Bogert, brothers Kory and Kelly Allen, Cole Lipscomb and Courtney Makin. Bogert founded The Social Order restaurant group which operates the Jones Assembly and all the local Fuzzy's Taco Shops. The Allens have operated three Alfredo's Mexican cafe locations and have been partners with Bogert in three Fuzzy's locations. Lipscomb and Mankin are also with the Social Order group.

    Dave Kopushyan and three friends initially opened the concept as a parking lot pop-up which since expanded to multiple brick-and-mortar locations primarily in Southern California. New sites are under development in Dallas and Houston among other markets.

    Dave's is a fast-casual restaurant with counter service and a drive-thru where possible.

    The menu is simple, offering tenders, sliders, fries, cheese fries, kale slaw, and mac & cheese. Spice for the chicken is offered in a range from “No Spice” to “Reaper”.

    The Lower Bricktown location will be in the space formerly operated as a Sonic Cafe and will feature indoor dining as well as a large patio. The former Sonic space has been closed for some time due to the pandemic and is adjacent to Fuzzy's near the Harkins Theater.















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