Huey Magoo’s Opens In Boca Raton

Matt Armstrong and Thad Hudgens founded the brand in 2004 in Central Florida.

Huey Magoo’s has recently opened its latest franchise store in Boca Raton. The Boca Raton location marks the 62nd restaurant opening of Huey Magoo’s across 12 states, with hundreds of franchises already sold in 13 states. The end cap restaurant covers an area of 2,250 square feet. It is the fifth one of six restaurants in South Florida, joining Sunrise, Coral Springs, Oakland Park, and North Lauderdale, owned by Huey Magoo’s franchisees Tyler and Bob Cafferty and their family, who are also involved in operating the Huey Magoo’s concession stand inside Amerant Bank Arena, the home of the Florida Panthers. The Boca Raton branch offers dine-in/out, take-out, catering, and delivery services through third-party delivery services DoorDash and Uber Eats.

“We are ecstatic about the opportunity to open our fifth store in our network down here,” says Tyler Cafferty.  “The opening of a new store is a ‘pinch me’ moment where we get to serve a phenomenal product to unbelievable guests and get to watch the hard work of our team pay off through internal recruitment and overall growth. Healthy things grow.  We have been seeking the right real estate in Boca since 2019.  We love and are part of the community (our son goes to school here).  We are looking forward to seeing a lot of friendly and familiar faces and bringing a business to the area that can create positive impact on those who grant us the opportunity.”  

Huey Magoo’s fast-casual restaurants offer a variety of dining options, including dine-in/out, take-out, catering, delivery through third-party delivery services, drive-thru, and curbside pickup at participating restaurants. Customers can enjoy a range of menu items, such as Huey Magoo’s signature grilled, hand-breaded, or “sauced” premium chicken tenders, fresh-made salads, sandwiches, and wraps. It’s worth noting that Huey Magoo’s tenders are made with all-natural ingredients and contain no preservatives.

“The Caffertys are incredible multi-unit franchisees who we are thrilled to continue successfully developing the brand in South Florida,” Howard says. “Palm Beach County has been asking for the ‘Filet Mignon of Chicken,’ and the wait is finally over!”

Huey Magoo’s is now open at 9982 Glades Road, G1 (Westwinds of Boca). It operates from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday. For franchising inquiries, contact Andy Howard at [email protected].

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