Wednesday, December 7, 2022

Chicken Salad Chick Coming To Hampton

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HAMPTON—Chicken Salad Chick, a restaurant chain that started in Alabama in 2008 and has quickly spread across the south, will open a store in Hampton not far from the Target at Peninsula Town Center. The company is currently hiring new team members.

No official grand opening date has been set yet, but sources say it will be some time toward the end of September. However, Chicken Salad Chick will hold “Hampton Community Drops” several times between now and its official opening. Interested parties will be able to preorder $11 “Large Quick Chicks” that include a tub of one of their signature chicken salad spreads, which are available in 12 different flavors. Large Quick Chicks serve four to five people, and can last up to five days in refrigeration.

For questions about upcoming drops and news about the grand opening, text Chicken Salad Chick Hampton at 757-525-4462, or visit their Facebook page.

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