Latin American chicken landing in OKC

Published Thursday, March 8, 2018
by David Dishman

You might feel there are enough fried chicken options in Oklahoma City, but what about Guatemalan fried chicken?

Owners and managers of the City Bites and The Cow Calf-Hay chain of restaurants are betting Oklahoma eaters, and Oklahoma City's growing Latin American community, will embrace a new chicken restaurant whose product is a little different from the rest of the market. Pollo Campero is planned to occupy a lot at 1414 NW 23 and could open this summer.

“It's nothing like we have here because of the Latin flair and flavor,” City Bites Manager Mike Woolf said. “We tell people we'd be nuts if we were just looking for a restaurant to sell fried chicken, because we've already got a dozen here. Campero is different.”

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