Foster’s Grille has launched a delivery-only ghost kitchen chicken restaurant at its Vienna, Virginia, location. The restaurant is part of the 21-year-old homegrown chain known for its juicy, half-pound charburgers. Chicken Frenzy opened Monday and its menu includes a variety of chicken sandwiches, chicken salads, wraps, wings, and chicken fingers priced between about $8 and $10. There are also hand-scooped shakes and desserts.
According to wtop.com, “It is initially focusing deliveries just in the immediate Vienna area, within 5 miles of downtown Vienna, though expansion plans will follow across Northern Virginia. Ghost kitchen is a term that refers to restaurants, either open or closed, using their restaurant’s kitchen or someone else’s to prepare meals solely for takeout and/or delivery.”
As per wtop.com, “Chicken Frenzy’s signature sandwich is a chicken breast, fried or grilled, served with slaw, adobo sauce and pickles. It’s $7.95. Foster’s Grille has 10 locations, both company-owned and franchised, in Northern Virginia, and one location in Florida. Despite the hit to the restaurant industry from the COVID-19 pandemic over the past year, Cerny still has plans for more expansion, both company-owned and franchised, and said he is actively looking at potential locations.”