The Chicken Shack opens in Pasco
Pasco now has a Chicken Shack to call its own.
The owners of the West Richland-based restaurant recently opened a second location at 8921 Sandifur Parkway in Pasco.
Known for its fresh — never frozen — chicken wings and fingers, The Chicken Shack also serves up Northwest chuck burgers, fries and tots, more than 25 homemade sauces — from barbecue to garlic parmesan — a variety of sides, seven beers on-tap, 15 bottled options and more than 20 Northwest wines.
Renee Fulfer handles restaurant operations.
The new 2,600-square-foot casual dining restaurant features bench and booth seating, four big-screen TVs, with shiplap and hood lighting adding to the farmhouse vibe. The general contractors on the project are the local owners of the franchise, Tracy and Steve LaMarr of StoneCrest Builders.
StoneCrest Builders has expanded its book of business with a division of commercial development, investment and asset management. The Pasco Chicken Shack restaurant design was conceptualized by the owners and their asset manager Jennifer Liikala.
The $1 million building project includes an additional, separate retail space for which StoneCrest is still seeking a tenant. Rent is $21 per square foot on a triple net lease. For more information, call Liikala at 509-371-0794 or Ken Poletski at 509-737-7118.
Order from the Chicken Shack menu online at chickenshacktc.com. Uber Eats and Door Dash will be available soon.
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