Canes only sells chicken fingers, fries, coleslaw, toast, and beverage's. Staff is very friendly and helpful.
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If you're gonna eat Canes in Baton Rouge its a worth a trip to the OG location on Highland. The franchise has great flavor and brand consistency across all of its locations, but its neat to go to the building where it all started.
I just don't get all the hype. The only thing here with any flavor is the sauce! The chicken strips may as well be fried cardboard strips. Much better flavor at Chick-Fil-A. But I do think the guy is really good about contributing to events...More
No one can argue- you can't find better chicken fingers anywhere and the Cains sauce is freaky delicious. I have loved Cains since the first one opened next to LSU campus and I will always swear by the chicken. BUT as the years have gone...More
If you already know about and enjoy Raising Cane's, this historical location needs to be on your radar: This location was the very first Raising Cane's where it all started. However, if you don't already know about the restaurant, the fact is that they only...More
Cane's serves Chicken Fingers, Crinkle-Cut fries, Texas Toast and Cole Slaw with great lemonade. That's IT. Literally. The fries when cooked crisp are awesome and give McDonald's a run for their money. The Texas Toast is REALLY good--thick sweet-ish bread soaked in garlic butter and...More
Been there a few times but don't care for it very much. Only chicken tenders which are fresh,cole slaw, fries and good ice tea and lemonade
Raising Cane's is a Baton Rouge original and this is store number 1, where it all started. They follow the adage of "Do one thing and do it right". They cook chicken fingers and fries, that's all. No fish, no burgers, nothing else. If you...More
I use to love the chicken fingers and sauce but it seems like it isn't that good anymore. The sauce is still "ok", but the chicken fingers lack flavor. The bread is still great and the lemonade is also great.