Guthrie’s unveils its latest restaurant in Dothan, Alabama
Guthrie’s has announced its official return to Wiregrass with the opening of its new restaurant March 15 in Dothan, AL at 189 John D. Odom Road. As the first restaurant in the nation to create a menu solely around homemade chicken fingers, Dothan’s new location is part of Guthrie’s Southeast-focused strategic growth plan, which includes at least five other restaurants in Wiregrass spread up Troy. to Geneva and to the south-west of Georgia.
“The timing was perfect and in light of everything we’ve been through as a community over the past few years, we’re thrilled to offer residents, families and visitors to Dothan a chance to experience the finest fingers of chicken in the world,” says Guthrie’s Dothan co-owner Sam Klement. “We’re premium chicken fingers, crinkle fries, homemade coleslaw, and gravy-loving locals who will live and breathe Dothan. we first heard about the possibility of bringing Guthrie’s back to the community, we jumped at the chance.From families to office workers, little league teams, late night snacks or anyone with a just crave authentic, made-to-order chicken fingers and sides – we’ve got you covered at Guthrie’s You have to try our signature Guthrie sauce – it’s a game changer.
For more than 50 years, Guthrie’s has been drawing crowds across the country for its hand-breaded chicken fingers steeped in a tradition of fresh, hot, fast food with a generous touch of southern hospitality. Rounding out Guthrie’s simple but classic menu is hand-chopped coleslaw, crinkle-cut fries, Texan toast, and her signature dip. Guthrie’s story through Wiregrass spans generations with restaurants stretching from Tallahassee to Panama City Beach, Auburn, Columbus and Tuscaloosa with many customers taking advantage of a “Gut Box”, or a Guthrie’s Box, for decades.
“There’s something simple, something quintessential about Guthrie’s Golden Fried Chicken Fingers that everyone can relate to – it’s very strong and powerful,” says Klement. “We’ve stayed true to who we are since opening the first Guthrie’s in Haleyville, Alabama, and then expanding to become the first-ever chicken finger restaurant in Auburn. Although our menu has not changed, we are still evolving as a restaurant brand. We are going to be a big part of the community in Dothan and the surrounding area. We know everyone will love the fresh, fast service that families and friends have enjoyed for generations.
As part of its grand opening celebration on March 15, Guthrie’s will be offering the first 250 customers who purchase a signature Guthrie’s Box chicken fingers meal a free gift card redeemable for another Guthrie’s Box on a future visit. This includes golden fried chicken fingers, crispy fries, creamy coleslaw, buttery Texas toast and Guthrie’s signature dip.
“Chicken Fingers and Chips remains an affordable wellness proposition and the opening of Dothan, which is the newest of more than 5 new Guthries planned for Wiregrass, underscores the momentum we are currently experiencing as a brand,” says Joe Kelly Guthrie, CEO of Guthrie’s Franchising, Inc. “Our above-industry-average profit margins, along with the simplicity of our operations, are major calling cards for potential owners. This growth in Wiregrass, along with the 20 additional restaurants slated to open this year in the Southeastern United States, has fueled our expansion in Dothan and our desire to open additional restaurants in Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Florida. , South Carolina, Tennessee and Mississippi. , among other regions.
Guthrie’s remains a family-run catering business that uses fresh produce and ingredients to create its dynamic yet simple menu. Since its inception in 1965, Guthrie’s has become famous for its unique approach to chicken fingers and home cooking. Plus, the brand’s software, hardware, training, ongoing support and national marketing efforts allow Guthrie owners to focus on producing an exceptional product without sacrificing consistency, freshness and quality. .
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