Tourney Tailgating with Raising Cane’s

March 17, 2021

Disclaimer: this post was sponsored by Raising Cane’s Ohio.

Look, even as an adult, I’m a sucker for chicken fingers. I’ll pretty much always say yes to it when offered. I mean, what’s not to like? Tender chicken, crispy and peppery breading? We have a lot of beloved spots around town, and Raising Cane‘s has been an easy and convenient go-to when I have a hankering. They have more than a dozen locations around central Ohio, and their offerings are easy to love: chicken fingers, fries, Texas toast, and plenty of sauce for dipping.

This is the time of year when everyone gets to thinking about college basketball and ways to celebrate – even safely and socially distanced at home – the big tournament. We’re also always on the lookout for easy family meals at home, and Raising Cane’s Tailgates have been the perfect solution for any of these occasions.

The Tailgates are made-to-order packs of chicken fingers and Cane’s Sauce. They come in quantities of 25, 50, 75, or 100 pieces. It takes about 15-20 minutes to prepare them, so it’s best if you call ahead to your location. Then you simply pull up and pay at the drive-through. And although the locations around central Ohio aren’t currently offering it, many locations also use mobile ordering through their site or their downloadable app.

The Tailgates include chicken fingers and Cane’s Sauce. You can add on drinks or sides like fries, Texas toast, and slaw. We added four orders of fries and of Texas toast along with our 25-piece Tailgate. For less than $50 we fed our family of four with leftovers to spare.

Raising Cane’s chicken and Cane’s Sauce always go hand-in-hand. It’s hard to beat a good condiment, and Cane’s Sauce offers just the right little zing to go with your chicken tenders.

As you’re looking at tourney tailgating celebrations, family dinners, or even safe and socially distant get-togethers this spring, consider one of Raising Cane’s Tailgates as an option to feed your crew. The ordering experience, pricing, and ease of pick-up make it a handy solution for big dinners, and because you can order 15-20 minutes ahead of time, it can be a spur-of-the-moment meal choice, too!

Head over to Instagram to enter to win four Raising Cane’s Combo Boxes. The giveaway is live through midnight Saturday, March 20.

Disclaimer: this post was sponsored by Raising Cane’s Ohio. Photos and opinions are my own.

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