PDQ making itself known in Southwest Florida

FORT MYERS, Fla. – You might hear PDQ and wonder what’s that but once you try their chicken and food you’ll know why it’s “People Dedicated to Quality.”

Open since December 2014 in Fort Myers, the chain now has two locations in Lee County, expanding from the Tampa area with plans to cap out the year with 53 total stores in six states. Known for their chicken, PDQ is changing the footprint of your traditional fast food restaurant.

The open floor plan concept and kitchen welcomes you in as you decide between their fresh, hand double breaded chicken tenders, or perhaps a grilled turkey breast sandwich known as their “handheld thanksgiving,” that will send your mouth right back to November.

PDQ continues to support several community partners in the area, helping better the quality of life in Southwest Florida. From The Harry Chapin Food Bank to Stick a Fork in Cancer night, on Tuesday July 14th.

To find the nearest PDQ or to check out their menu, click here.

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