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A Texas Chicken and Burgers location in Glen Oaks.

If you ever found yourself craving a Southern-style burger, you’re going to love this new spot that’s coming to Kew Gardens this fall.

Texas Chicken and Burgers will be opening its newest location at 120-20 Queens Blvd. sometime this October. The restaurant will be replacing a coffee shop that closed down earlier this year, according to DNAinfo report.

This new eatery marks the third Texas Chicken and Burgers in Queens; it has locations in Glen Oaks (255-21 Hillside Ave.) and Jamaica (147-12 Jamaica Ave.) that opened just weeks ago. The chain has dozens of locations throughout New York City and Philadelphia.

The menu is the same at all of its locations and offers a variety of Southern-style chicken and burger meals. Their menu also features a variety of options for those who aren’t burger or chicken fans, including jumbo shrimp, salads and desserts like cheesecake and sweet potato pie.

All of their meat comes in the mornings fresh from a local distributor and it never contains any chemicals or preservatives.

For more information about their menu or locations, visit the Texas Chicken and Burgers website.

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