Project Pollo is really spreading its wings: The popular plant-based chicken chain announced its 13th location in Texas, coming soon to 9390 Huebner St. in San Antonio.
Opening in August, the medical district spot will be the sixth San Antonio location for the growing chain, which celebrates its two-year anniversary this fall.
A ribbon cutting on August 18 will commemorate the official opening with the San Antonio Chamber of Commerce, while a grand opening will take place on August 20. The lucky first 50 guests will win gift cards granting free Project Pollo for a whole year.
Can’t wait that long? A soft opening will commence at the new location on August 9, showcasing the new full menu, including the famous crispy, plant-based “chickn” sandwiches, popcorn chikn, loaded fries, oat-based macaroni and cheese, creamy milkshakes, and much more.
Named one of the top 15 vegan fast-food chains in the U.S. by VegNews, Project Pollo is the brainchild of Lucas Bradbury, who appeared on Shark Tank earlier this year.
The company has been ruffling industry feathers with its unprecedented growth since it first launched, and is no doubt part of the reason San Antonio made a recent list of the top 20 vegan cities in the U.S.
With a combination of plant-based affordability, convenience, and sustainability, the company markets itself as one that “gives a cluck,” with a motto of people over profits (though with 12 locations already, they seem to be doing just fine on the latter, too).