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Whether or not you've been to a Raising Cane's Chicken Fingers, you've probably heard of the fast-growing chain, their tasty chicken, and their much-loved sauce. But no matter how many times you've feasted on their offerings, you probably don't know everything you need to know about the chain.

In the mid-nineties, Raising Cane's Chicken Fingers founder Todd Graves and a small crew set to work on constructing the restaurant's first location. They found the ideal building on Highland Road in Baton Rouge: a former bakery at the entrance to Louisiana State University.

During the reconstruction, the crew reportedly found an old mural of the bakery's logo, which subsequently inspired the Raising Cane's logo. That's why every location prominently features the restaurant's logo as if it's poking out from behind a crumbling brick wall.

The first location opened on August 28th, 1996, and it was immediately a huge hit. Now that Raising Cane's Chicken Fingers has more than 500 locations worldwide, the original site is referred to as The Mothership, meaning,

"[The Highland Road location is the] founding ship of the fleet of Raising Cane's."

These days, The Mothership is something of a tourist draw in Louisiana's capital city. In fact, it's even listed as an attraction on the Visit Baton Rouge website. Keep watching for more of The Little-Known Truths Behind Raising Cane's Chicken Fingers.

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