Rasing Canes


This is the Canaic option that you can get on the menu at your local Raising Canes.

Alex Razzaboni

Rasing Canes most known for their quality chicken finger meals, great crew, cool culture, and active community involvement this is the place you want to go in your free time. Mostly known for being down south, the closest location to me is the Boston located on Commonwealth Ave. A little bit of a drive is definitely worth it for the buttermilk breaded chicken fingers, the crinkle cut fries, the buttery bread, and the famous Raising Canes dipping sauce.

I have recently been there and I got the box combo. In the box combo you get 4 Chicken Fingers, Crinkle Cut Fries, One Canes Sauce, Texas Toast, Coleslaw, and a Regular 22oz Fountain Drink. I forget how much it costed, but I remember it being a pretty reasonable price. 

The best part of the meal to me was the savory chicken fingers in the special Raising Canes sauce. The Canes sauce is some type of ranch and mustard mix that compliments the chicken greatly. Everything else was also delicious.

One of the drawbacks to Raising Canes is the long wait time and the parking. They are located on Commonwealth Ave in Boston which is very busy especially during the day time. It was hard to find a good place to park and once I did park, there were meters lined up the entire street. So if you are going make sure you bring coins that you can feed the meters with. I went a little before 1pm and it was pretty busy. The workers do their best too keep up, but it was still a long wait for a fast food style restaurant.

With all this being said, I would give Raising Canes in Boston, on Commonwealth Ave, 4.3 stars out of 5. I loved it there and the food was just delicious, the things that knocked it down from 5 stars is the long wait time and the parking situation.