Corydon, IN

Popular Chicken Chain Set to Debut In Corydon


Famous Chicken Chain Zaxby’s is bringing its wonderful food to Corydon. This opening will be the brand’s maiden location in Indiana. The new restaurant located at 2363 SR-135 S, Corydon Indiana is slated to open for business on Monday, Sept. 25. The new Zaxby’s is owned and operated by Unbridled Chicken, LLC.

The white farmhouse-style restaurant features a spacious dining room that will accommodate up to 50 guests and an expansive back-of-house kitchen suited with state-of-the-art appliances to ensure service is hot and fresh every time. The new restaurant also features a double drive-thru layout for swifter service and Zaxby's cutting-edge digital menu boards to streamline the payment and pickup process for guests.

“For over a decade, we have had plans to bring Zaxby's to the Corydon community and today, our dream becomes a reality. As a team, we're committed to forging lasting relationships with local schools, first responders, and businesses. We're deeply grateful for the warm embrace we've received from the community and look forward to serving everyone in Corydon the best chicken in town,” saidJerry Ayers, CEO and co-owner of Unbridled Chicken, LLC. “

Zaxby's serves fresh, prepared-at-order Chicken fingerz and wings tossed in a variety of bold and spicy sauces. The menu features the brand’s award-winning Signature Sandwich, the wildly popular Chicken Bacon Ranch Loaded Fries, and Zaxby’s iconic Fried Pickles, which received USA Today’s 10 Best Readers’ Choice Award in the Best Fast Food Sides category.

Most recently, Zaxby’s added Funnel Cakes with powdered sugar and caramel dipping sauce to its offerings. The snackable, dunkable, delicious dessert is available at participating locations for a limited time.

Zaxby's declared this month Saucetember, its annual celebration of all things saucy. As part of the celebration, the brand auctioned off its first-ever bottle of Zax Sauce, which came with a lifetime supply of Zax Sauce for the highest bidder. The proceeds from the final bid of $30,900 will benefit The Boys’ and Girls’ Clubs of America.

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