Raising Cane’s Celebrates 25th Birthday With Cake Made by Duff From Charm City Cakes
Can you believe that Raising Cane's Chicken Fingers has been around for 25 years?
It's true, the fast-food giant that began with one humble restaurant near the campus of LSU just celebrated its 25th birthday.
And to celebrate the occasion, owner and fry cook Todd Graves made sure there would be a cake. Oh, and they didn't just go to the bakery at Albertsons, pick a random cake out, and ask the nice lady behind the counter to write "Happy Birthday Raising Canes" on the top.
Oh no, Todd commissioned some big guns to make a special sweet treat. He called on Duff Goldman and the crew at Charm City Cakes.
The result was something pretty cool.
Y'all, that thing is awesome!
We particularly like the fries, Texas toast, and coleslaw at the bottom. All edible, no doubt.
Now, technically, this cake is a little late. Raising Cane's officially turned 25 on August 25.
To celebrate, Todd Graves and the company announced plans to donate millions of dollars in cities across the United States, including a $25,000 check they presented that day to both the Baton Rouge Area Foundation and Feeding Louisiana.