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|Headquarters||College Park, Maryland, United States|
Number of locations
|Products||Chicken, hot wings, french fries, hot sandwiches|
Cluck-U Chicken, also known as Cluck University, is an American quick-serve restaurant chain, with most locations in the U.S. states of Maryland and New Jersey, but there are locations in Pennsylvania as well as one location in Ohio and one international location in Lebanon, Kuwait, and the UAE. There were previously several other locations, including Delaware, Florida, Chapel Hill NC, and Washington, D.C. as well as a location in Fort Collins, CO.
While most locations are franchises, Cluck-U also operates corporate-owned stores, featuring a more limited menu, under the name Cluckster's.
In 2000, JP Haddad acquired the rights to develop the franchise nationally, while Ilvento began to promote the business.
Cluck-U Chicken (a.k.a. "Cluck") serves chicken wings ("wingers") with a variety of traditional sauces including Honey-Hickory and spicy sauces on the scale Mild, Atomic, Nuclear, Thermo-Nuclear, 911 and Nuclear Fusion. At some locations where the "911" sauce is served, customers must sign a liability waiver. Other food products include chicken sandwiches, salads, appetizers, chicken fingers, fries, rice bowls, fish sandwiches and the like.
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- Locations list at the official website
- International locations list Archived 2009-05-13 at the Wayback Machine at the official website
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