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Roaming Rooster brings hot chicken to second Fairfax County location

The restaurant chain is known for its Nashville-style chicken burger (via Roaming Rooster/Facebook)

Roaming Rooster has opened in Burke.

The restaurant, which serves Nashville-style chicken, replaced space formerly occupied by Burger King (6417 Shiplett Blvd.). It had a brief soft opening before an official announcement on Friday (April 8).

This is the seventh location for Roaming Rooster, which planted its roots in D.C. in 2015. The business started as a food truck that served free-range, grain-fed, and antibiotic-free chicken, according to its website.

Since then, it expanded to several brick-and-mortar stores, and it landed a stall at Nationals Park for the 2022 MLB season, which kicked off last Thursday (April 7).

The restaurant is open from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. every day. Roaming Rooster has other locations in Tysons, Woodbridge, and D.C.

Items on the menu include chicken sandwiches — ranked by spice level — and fries.

Photo via Roaming Rooster/Facebook

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