Chicken chain Birdcall to open coop on Scottsdale in 2 weeks

Apr 19, 2022, 10:56 AM | Updated: 10:18 pm

PHOENIX – Chicken-sandwich chain Birdcall officially joins the Arizona fast-food landscape in two weeks with a grand opening in Scottsdale.

Birdcall’s first restaurant outside of Colorado starts serving up lunch and dinner at Shea Boulevard and Scottsdale Road on May 2. Daily hours are 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.

The menu includes all-natural chicken sandwiches, crispy tenders, chicken nuggets and salads, while the drinks list includes milkshakes and cocktails and beer from San Tan Brewing and Greenwood Brewing, the company said in a press release.

The first day of business in Arizona features a giveaway to the first 25 cars in the drive-thru – tickets good for a year of free Birdcall eats.

“Our team is beyond thrilled to bring Birdcall to the Valley of the Sun, and we can’t wait to welcome guests to our amazing space in the heart of Scottsdale,” Peter Newlin, Birdcall co-founder and CEO, said.

It will be the eighth location overall for the Denver-based company but more are planned, particularly in Arizona, where 10 are on the books spread out over the next three years.

Next to open this year are a restaurant at SanTan Village near Loop 202 Santan Freeway and Williams Field Road in the fall and another in Phoenix at Seventh Street and Thomas Road sometime after that.

Each site has a unique design, including an exterior mural representative of the area.

Scottsdale’s wall will boast art inspired by the Arizona landscape.

The restaurant will also have a dog-friendly patio and tables and umbrellas for outdoor dining.

Birdcall has been around since 2016.

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Chicken chain Birdcall to open coop on Scottsdale in 2 weeks