Pacific beach is the perfect place to find hot chicken. Hot Chicken in Pacific Beach can often be seen running down the boardwalk in yoga pants and sports wear, tanning on the beach or patronizing the local bar scene in groups of hot chicken.

But if you’re hungry and ready to eat hot chicken, check out the newly opened Dave’s Hot Chicken Pacific Beach, located at located at 1001 Garnet Ave., Suite 100.

Their delicious offerings include sliders, french fries, mac n cheese, house made kale slaw and of course hot chicken tenders. The portions are large and there are hot spicy levels that range from the Reaper to No heat. In order to get the spicy reaper option you’ll need to sign a waiver first.

With more than 100 locations under contract since it began franchising less than seven months ago makes Dave’s Hot Chicken one of the fastest-growing restaurant concepts in recent history.

The Pacific Beach is one of 100 franchised restaurant, boasting a 2,000 square-foot space the location is now open for take-out. Following social distancing reccomendations and with team members wearing custom Dave’s Hot Chicken masks. And delivery through third-party providers, including Ubereats and Grubhub, Postmates, Doordash is also available.

About Dave’s Hot Chicken in Pacific Beach

Chef Dave Kopushyan and three friends opened the first Dave’s Hot Chicken as a parking lot pop-up in early 2017. A self-described “spice freak,” Kopushyan fell in love with the flavor profile of Nashville Hot Chicken and wanted to bring that experience to Los Angeles natives. Dave’s Hot Chicken quickly took off, opening its first brick-and-mortar restaurant in East Hollywood. Now, backed by Bill Phelps, co-founder of Wetzel’s Pretzels and one of the original investors in Blaze Pizza, Dave’s Hot Chicken is focused on bringing its crave-able tenders and sliders to communities throughout the country. Additional brand investors include former California First Lady Maria Shriver, movie producer John Davis, Red Sox owner Tom Werner, actor Samuel L. Jackson, and Good Morning America anchor and retired NFL player Michael Strahan.

For more information, visit www.daveshotchicken.com.

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