Bojangles CEO Armario aims for Texas expansion, starting in Euless, with plans for more locations in D-FW and beyond, according to a Dallas Morning News article. They say,
“Armario took over when North Carolina-based Bojangles transitioned from public back to a private company. The plan to expand Bojangles into a large market like Texas has been top-of-mind since day one of Armario’s tenure, he says.
The plan came true on Tuesday, June 27, 2023, when Bojangles’ sweet tea, fried chicken and biscuits became available in Euless. It’s the only Bojangles in Texas for now, though three more Bojangles are expected to open in Dallas-Fort Worth by the end of the year in Frisco, Little Elm and Lancaster. The company is planning other — smaller — expansions in San Antonio, Austin and Houston.”
Bojangles, known for bone-in chicken, adapts menu for Texas with boneless options like tenders. Frisco location also set to open, according to a Yahoo! Finance article. They say,
“While known for their bone-in chicken at their east coast eateries, Bojangles is streamlining its menu in new markets such as Texas with a boneless chicken offerings. This means that chicken tenders are the name of the game in Texas going forward.
Other Bojangles options include Bo-Berry biscuits, peach cobbler, salads, lemonade and milkshakes.
A third Bojangles is slated to open in North Texas this fall in Frisco at 1631 US Highway 380. The Lancaster location is open Monday-Saturday from 5:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. and Sunday from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m.”
CEO José Armario emphasizes Texas as a priority for Bojangles’ national growth, establishing a strong brand presence in the state.