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Zaxby’s is a franchised chain of fast casual restaurants that operates primarily in the Southeastern United States with nearly 600 locations. The first Zaxby’s hatched in Statesboro, Georgia, near the Georgia Southern University campus, by childhood friends Zach McLeroy and Tony Townley, to provide a fun, relaxing atmosphere that would keep guests coming back for more. An alternative to fast food, Zaxby’s offers its guests prepared-at-order Chicken Fingers, Traditional or Boneless wings, sandwiches, Zalads and Zappetizers. Zaxby’s offers a wide variety of dipping sauces ranging from Wimpy and Tongue Torch to Nuclear and Insane along with its original “Zax Sauce.” Zaxby’s serves Coca-Cola brand beverages and Dr Pepper. The dining rooms at Zaxby’s restaurants are decorated with assorted whimsical objects and signs, which often vary in theme by location and region. For instance, at one location in Gainesville, Florida, objects related to the University of Florida Gators are used as decorations, while at the Tallahassee, Florida location, objects related to the Florida State University Seminoles are used. Similarly, at the Orlando, Florida location, citrus-industry themed decorations line the walls.
Zaxby’s Locations The first Zaxby’s opened in Statesboro, Ga. in March 1990 • 100th Zaxby’s opened in Jacksonville, Fla. in July 2001 • 200th Zaxby’s opened in Athens, Ga. in May 2004 • 300th Zaxby’s opened in Dallas, Ga. in December 2005 • 400th Zaxby’s opened in Macon, Ga. in October 2007 • 500th Zaxby’s opened in Tifton, Ga. in May 2010 • First Zaxby’s to open outside of Georgia was in Bowling Green, Ky. in Sept. 1994
Zaxby’s operates in 13 states, including Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia.