Douglasville’s two Chick-fil-A restaurants are in the process of being demolished and completely rebuilt. A representative from Chick-fil-A told The City Menus that the owner of both locations wants to expand and create bigger spaces to accommodate the large number of customers served by both locations.
The Chick-fil-A restaurant located at 5888 Fairburn Road closed on February 17 for a full reconstruction project. Owner Mike Moore demolished the existing location and is currently in the process of building a larger, more efficient restaurant.
A representative from Chick-fil-A told The City Menus that the location has tentative plans to open in early September.
Douglasville’s other Chick-fil-A restaurant, located at 3202 Highway 5, will close in late August for a similar rebuilding project, and is planned to reopen in early 2019.
“Both of our locations will be getting full remodels which will include a new floorplan, more seating, and lots of other upgrades,” said Callie Bowers of CP Communications. “We are very excited to be getting upgrades to both of our Douglasville locations and look forward to continue serving customers from the Douglasville community.”
Bowers said the restaurants will be hosting grand reopening celebrations once each rebuild project is completed.
Chick-fil-A has been named atop several lists of the best fast food chains in the United States and continues to enjoy positive growth with more than 2,200 restaurant locations throughout the country.
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