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Dave’s Hot Chicken will open on July 12 at Butler Shopping Center District

Press release from Butler Enterprises

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Dave’s Hot Chicken will open their newest location here at Butler Shopping Center District. Dave’s Hot Chicken began in a parking lot in East Hollywood in 2017, and now this spicy sensation has over 205 restaurant locations across the U.S., Canada, and the Middle East, with additional international locations coming soon. Dave’s Hot Chicken will have their grand opening on Friday, July 12, and will be located at 3524 SW Archer Road at Butler, with hours of operation on Sunday to Thursday from 11:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. and Friday and Saturday from 11:00 a.m. to midnight.

The embodiment of the American Dream, Dave’s story is one of scrappiness and determination. Founders Dave Kopushyan, Arman Oganesyan, and Tommy and Gary Rubenyan launched Dave’s Hot Chicken in a parking lot with $900 and a big dream. Today, that vision has turned into a global phenomenon that is now coming to take the Butler Shopping Center District by storm. This mouthwatering fast-casual dining experience has not only won over tastebuds across the United States but also received investment from notable names including Canadian rapper and singer Drake, influential musician Usher, and other A-list high-profile personas.

Dave’s Hot Chicken specializes in Hot Chicken Sliders and Tenders, along with sides of house-made Kale Slaw, creamy Mac n’ Cheese, and crispy French Fries. Offered at seven various spice levels ranging from No Spice to Reaper™ (which requires a signed waiver for those who dare), each piece of juicy, hand-breaded chicken is spiced-to-order.

For future Dave Hot Chicken at Butler updates, follow shopatbutler on Facebook or Instagram, join the over 3.6M followers on Dave’s Hot Chicken Instagram and TikTok, or subscribe to Dave’s Hot Chicken’s official YouTube channel. Don’t forget to become a “frequent fryer” to earn even more Dave’s when you download Dave’s app.

  • Are they going into the “old” Birdies location that lasted about two months before closing down? This town is so saturated with food options that even football won’t be able to spread the dough around. Just like the massive amount of hotels with empty parking lots most of the time. I sure do miss the old Gainesville culture of being a laid back college town. It hard to be the center of the universe.

    • The hotels will be used year round if the abortion and recreational pot state referendums pass in Nov. Just don’t count on getting into a hospital then 💩👺👿🤡👹ACLU, D

      • Come on Jeff…you cannot compare a naturally growing plant with infanticide. Wtf

        If you have a problem with that plant I hope you stay consistent and hate on all pharmaceuticals and alcohol and tobacco and junk food and on and on. Was it Reefer Madness or the newer pharma industry propaganda that made you hate the plant?

  • Just what we need. Another fast food chicken chain. That is sure to bring outside money into the area.

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