Chick’NCone Bringing Portable Chicken and Waffles to Ballpark District

Restaurant specializes in Hashtag-Worthy Experiences Plans to Expand in San Diego Market
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Hatching soon on J Street near Petco Park, Chick’NCone are in the process of introducing their franchise brand to the San Diego Market. Chick’NCone are in the business of portable chicken and waffles, leaving you with a free hand to snap an Instagram-worthy pic. With plans to expand in San Diego, they’re excited to immerse themselves in the community. 

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What Now San Diego spoke with Owner Davon Sharpe about their opening, expected for late 2021. Sharpe is an expert in the brand and franchise business, working with Chick’NCone Corporate and operating the location in Harlem, NY. 

Customers can top their chopped fried chicken tenderloin made in fresh hand-rolled waffle cones with signature sauces like Kickin’ Ranch (Ranch and Sriracha), Cinna-Maple, and Yellow BBQ. 

“The organization is all about the community, we want to get to know our customers on a first-name basis. And we love sports!” says Davon Sharpe. They’ve snagged the ideal location on J Street & Ninth Ave, making it a quick stop for food next door to the Padres home base. They mean quick – they’re serious about serving up your custom cone in 2 minutes or less. 

Soon they’ll be offering an air-fried option for a healthier, no-grease fried chicken cone. For plant-based foodies, Chick’NCone are also launching an Impossible Chicken option to cover all the bases. 

Beyond the Ballpark, Chick’NCone are planning a South Bay restaurant for 2022. More news from the new Chick’NCone can be found by following Facebook

Jeannine Boisse

Jeannine Boisse

Jeannine Boisse (she/her) is a freelance writer and professional creative with a background in Radio & Television. Based in San Diego, you can usually find her exploring local breweries, trying new recipes, and listening to podcasts.
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