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Monday, February 11, 2013

Slim Chickens winging into old Backyard Burgers space on Markham

Posted By on Mon, Feb 11, 2013 at 12:42 PM

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Driving by the old Backyard Burgers restaurant across from UAMS today, we noticed that the sign out front says it will be the location of Little Rock's first Slim Chickens, the tenders, wings and fries joint that was started in by three friends in Fayetteville in 2003. There are currently five Slim Chickens outlets in Arkansas, and another three in Oklahoma. Another store is in the works for Texarkana.

A press release on the Slim Chickens website says the new Little Rock restaurant at 4500 W. Markham will be slinging chicken by spring. You can check out their menu here.

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