Dave’s Hot Chicken is now serving its ultra-spicy dishes in Sunnyvale

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A fried chicken chain that has items so hot they sent people to the ER has opened its third location in the Bay Area. Dave’s Hot Chicken now serves its small but mighty menu in a new location in Sunnyvale at the intersection of El Camino Real and Sunnyvale Saratoga Road. The store has a lot of competition within a few blocks. It will compete with Chick-fil-A, Popeyes, Chicken BonChon and bb.q Chicken. However, Dave’s will stand out as the one that serves the spiciest varieties of chicken.

Exterior of Sunnyvale location. | Photo credit: Dave’s Hot Chicken

The Nashville hot chicken restaurant, which uses graffiti as its interior decor, serves its chicken in seven varieties of spiciness, from no spice to harvest. The flavor of the harvester is so pungent that it requires customers to sign a waiver before eating it. According to Mercury News“the popular fast food podcast Doughboys gave it a high rating, despite the spicy chicken which would have sent co-host Nick Wiger to urgent care.


Inside Dave’s Hot Chicken in Sunnyvale. | Photo credit: Dave’s Hot Chicken

The menu at Dave’s Hot Chicken is simple. There are three simple meal options. #1 comes with tenders and fries, plus sliced ​​bread, pickles, and Dave sauce. #2 serves the tenders as a slider with kale salad, pickles, Dave sauce and fries. #3 has a tender and a slider with the same mountings. All items are available a la carte through the side menu, where you can also get mac and cheese and cheese fries. You can also get chocolate, vanilla, and strawberry milkshakes that are made with real ice cream.

The recipes behind the Los Angeles-based chain were created by Dave Kopushyan, who was trained by Thomas Keller Restaurant Group, owner of The French Laundry in Napa Valley. According to the Dave’s Hot Chicken website, Kopushyan and three of his friends “scrounged up $900 to set up a little booth in an East Hollywood parking lot.” A few nights later, after the friends created a buzz on social media, “Eater/LA showed up to see what the fuss was about. The headline the next morning read ‘East Hollywood’s late-night chicken stand might blow your mind.’ Almost instantly, the lines stretched around the block.

Since then, Dave’s regularly opens stores in the United States. It has two Bay Area locations, one in Union City and the other in Santa Rosa. As for the new store in Sunnyvale, it began serving the sought-after Spicy Chicken from August 26. It is open Sunday through Thursday from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. On Friday and Saturday, the restaurant remains open until midnight.

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