Austin’s first “feel-good fast food” chicken restaurant, is opening on Sunday, February 7 at 10 a.m. and a grand opening party is scheduled for the following Sunday, February 14 from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. 

At the grand opening, Flyrite will be giving away 1 free beer + koozie to the first 300 customers (21+), as well as donating a portion of the proceeds from the first three hours (10 a.m. to 1 p.m.) of operation to the Texas Restaurant Association Education Foundation. The the first location of Flyrite Chicken will be located at 2129 East 7th Street and a second location at 6539 Burnet Road is scheduled to open this summer.

Flyrite Chicken is Austin’s first “feel-good fast food” chicken restaurant. As part of the restaurant’s philosophy of only serving fast food that patrons can feel good about, Flyrite only offers all-natural, mindfully sourced food, including chicken raised without antibiotics and vegetarian-fed as the keystone menu option. Flyrite’s menu includes both delicious fried and grilled chicken sandwiches on buns from the beloved New World Bakery, chicken tenders, salads, and wraps, in addition to several vegan and gluten free options. The menu will also feature a variety of tasty, real ice cream shakes made without artificial ingredients, coffee from Cuvee, and a rotating selection of local craft beers on draft, as well as sparkling and non-sparkling wine. The full menu can be found online at www.FlyriteChicken.com.

Stay tuned as Flyrite’s expansive breakfast menu, as well as additional information surrounding the Burnet location, will be announced in the weeks ahead.

To stay up to date on all Flyrite Chicken news and events, make sure to visit www.FlyriteChicken.com as well as follow Flyrite on Facebook at www.facebook.com/FlyriteChicken, on Twitter at www.twitter.com/FlyriteChicken, and on Instragram at www.instagram.com/flyritechicken. Hashtags: #FeelGoodFastFood & #BetterBird.

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