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Memphis' Gus's Fried Chicken (World Famous) Coming To Los Angeles

PaulF | Feb 18, 201512:49 PM     11

http://www.commercialappeal.com/busin...

"Gus’s Fried Chicken announced Wednesday that it plans to open eight new locations nationwide this year.

The company said on its Facebook page that it will open restaurants in Atlanta, St. Louis, Los Angeles, Ft. Worth, Knoxville, Kansas City, Chicago, Philadelphia.

“There are more to come, but we have to take it slow to ensure you get the same quality and experience you have come to expect from Gus’s World Famous Fried Chicken!,” the post said. “As we progress, we will be sure to share locations and opening dates.”

The chain, famous for its closely guarded hot and spicy batter, got its start in the 1950s in the town of Mason, east of Memphis. It currently has ten locations, six of which are in the Memphis-area."

I've never had it, but would love to try it.

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