Clutch City Cluckers, a Nashville Hot Chicken Food Truck Out of Houston is Opening a 2nd Location in San Antonio this August
Clutch City Cluckers, a Houston based hot chicken food truck that opened in February 2021 will soon open their second location at 7038 UTSA Blvd., San Antonio, TX 78249 in August 2021.
After rave reviews and a cult following in Houston, Kilani is now expanding with a second truck in San Antonio near UTSA and The Block at 7038 UTSA Blvd., San Antonio, TX 78249.
The truck will serve Nashville inspired Hot Chicken Sandwiches, Cheese Topped Hot Chicken Sandwiches, Chicken Tenders, Loaded Fries and more. The truck will also offer a novelty brunch menu that will be available on Saturday & Sunday from 11am to 2pm.
Guests are invited to join Clutch City Cluckers for a two day grand opening celebration starting Friday, August 20th and Saturday, August 21st from 11am to 11pm. For the grand opening, the truck will offer patrons a chance to try the entire food truck menu at 50% off.
The food truck’s normal hours of operation will be Monday through Sunday from 11am to 11pm. Their full menu can be found via their website www.ClutchCityCluckers.com.
Clutch City Cluckers was founded by Ahmad Kilani, a native of Irbid, Jordan, who immigrated to The United States in 2015 to continue his education and obtain a Masters Degree.
While attending school as a full time student, Kilani also worked at Abu Omar Halal, Houston’s first Halal food truck. It is here that Kilani began to shape his vision and career in the food industry.
After working for Abu Omar Halal, he quickly invested in the brand and now co-owns six of the locations across Texas & Louisiana. However, his career journey has not been easy with many obstacles and hardships along the way.
For instance, in 2016 one of his food trucks was vandalized unexpectedly by fire. Another time, one of his trucks was in a tragic accident causing Kilani to lose the truck. Through all of this, he was able to continue to persevere with the support of his staff & wife, Naheda.
Kilani is now using his experience and knowledge of the food industry to bring Nashville’s Hot Chicken to Texas with Clutch City Cluckers. The food truck was part of Kilani’s mission to give back to Houston, the city which he states gave his career a major boost.
Hence, the “Clutch City” part of the name is inspired by the nickname given to the Houston Rockets after winning both the 1994 and 1995 NBA championships. Even the logo, consisting of a chicken on a rocket, not only pays homage to the space city, but also Kilani’s vision for business to skyrocket and represent Clutch City nationwide.
Clutch City Cluckers
7038 UTSA Blvd., San Antonio, TX 78249
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