After 12 years of dishing up chicken fingers at Steelyard Commons, the only Northeast Ohio location of Guthrie's closes for good at the end of business today.
Founded in 1965 and pivoting to chicken fingers in 1982, the Alabama-based chain with dozens of locations throughout the south expanded as far north as Cleveland and as far south as Florida.
Northeast Ohioans, of course, still have plenty of chicken finger options, what with the unrelenting arrival of Raising Cane's outposts throughout the region and, in our humble opinion, the best local option: Crispy Chick.
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