Popeyes, the second-largest global chain in the fast-food fried chicken industry with more than 4,100 outlets, is steadily growing its presence in France. Following successful launches in Paris, Brest and Lyon, the American fast-food giant has now inaugurated its sixth French restaurant in the O’Green shopping center in Boé, a town located near Agen.
This new Popeyes location can accommodate 158 customers, offering seating options both indoors and on the terrace. The establishment has been designed to cater to a variety of customer preferences. It provides table service, take-away, and even features a drive-through for convenience.
The Boé outlet has created over 80 jobs, contributing to the local economy. To celebrate its opening day, Popeyes has come up with a unique promotional offer. The first 47 customers on the day of the opening, as well as on the following Saturday, will receive a free Chicken Sandwich. This number is a nod to the postal code of Lot-et-Garonne where the restaurant is located.
Popeyes' expansion in France is a testament to the growing popularity of the fast-food chain and its dedication to providing a versatile dining experience. The promotion and strategic location are sure to attract both local customers and tourists alike.