LA-based Dave's Hot Chicken preparing to open in Missouri City

Dave's Hot Chicken is planning to open in Missouri City in late 2021. (Courtesy Dave's Hot Chicken)
Dave's Hot Chicken is planning to open in Missouri City in late 2021. (Courtesy Dave's Hot Chicken)

Dave's Hot Chicken is planning to open in Missouri City in late 2021. (Courtesy Dave's Hot Chicken)

Dave's Hot Chicken, a Los Angeles-based hot chicken restaurant, is coming to the former location of Bernie's Burger Bus at 6324 Hwy. 6, Missouri City.

Scheduled to open in late 2021, Dave's Hot Chicken serves tenders and sliders alongside a choice of sides at seven spice levels ranging from no spice to reaper.


The upcoming Missouri City location does not yet have a phone number.
www.daveshotchicken.com



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