Popeyes Continues French Expansion With New Outlet in Boé

Strengthening Presence in France

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.

A Versatile Dining Experience

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.

Job Creation and Promotional Offers

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.