It’s Bo Time.
Anytime is Bo Time, really. Bojangles is a fast food establishment headquartered here in Charlotte. They’re an official sponsor of the Carolina Panthers. That’s how big of a deal Bojangles is around here.It's Bo Time! Here's what to order at Bojangles if you have food sensitivities. Click To Tweet
Bojangles is famous for both their chicken ‘n biscuits. Breakfast is served all day. You can find a variety of chicken sandwiches, chicken combos, boxes (yes, boxes of chicken that comes with sides and biscuits), and salads. There are non-chicken breakfast items including their famous Bo-Berry Biscuit and Bacon, Egg, and Cheese biscuit. I recommend washing it down with their delicious sweet tea.
There are nearly 750 locations across 11 states and Washington D.C. Unsurprisingly, North Carolina is home to over 300 of those locations.
As yummy as it is, Bojangles don’t have many options for customers with food sensitivities. They do have a grilled chicken sandwich. Unfortunately, they don’t have gluten-free buns, so Nikki has to go bun-less. Luckily, our location doesn’t cook in soybean or canola oil, so she can have their fries and Bo-Tato Rounds.
Since she can have both and can’t have a bun, Nikki orders both sides.
As always, please contact any location that you are going to beforehand to find out what cooking oil they use as it can vary by location.
This is the portion of the blogpost where I warn the reader to quickly scroll past images of food that you can’t have to keep it from tempting you.
Although their chicken dinners are very good, my go to order is a Bacon, Egg, and Cheese biscuit with fries and sweet tea. I have ordered it for dinner on more than one occasion.
Hopefully, you can find options that work with you so that you don’t have to miss out on all the delicious food.
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