During the month of August we received official word from Jason’s Deli that a new location would be constructed at the Village at Chapel Hill Shopping Center in Douglasville. Read our previous article by clicking here.
This week construction plans were released which show the project is now in the bidding stages. Once a general contractor is picked, construction will begin shortly thereafter. The new restaurant will be around 5,000 square feet and include an open- concept dining room along with a salad bar and daily soup specials. Spokesperson Brandy Butler says, “Additionally this deli will have a drive-thru for added customer convenience. Work is anticipated to be complete for a September/October opening.”
The family-owned deli restaurant chain, Jason’s Deli was founded in Beaumont, Texas, in 1976 by Joe Tortorice, Jr. and now has over 280 locations in 28 states. Douglasville’s location will be west Georgia’s first location.
Brandy goes on to tell The City Menus, “ We are proud of our legacy of seeing our guests and employees as extensions of our family, and we’re excited to join the Douglasville community. A key factor to our success has been our unwavering commitment to serving the same high-quality meals in our delis as we do in our homes, with ingredients you can pronounce and feel good about eating. We look forward to many more years of providing bigger choices of better food for generations to come.”
Those with healthy living in mind will be happy to know that In 2005, Jason’s Deli was the first major restaurant concept to ban artificial trans fats in the U.S. and later became the first to eliminate high-fructose corn syrup. Brandy says, “At Jason’s Deli, regardless if you seek a gluten-sensitive menu, vegetarian sandwiches, healthy kids’ meals or if you would like to build your own salad at their famous salad bar, you will be delighted by the bigger choices of better food, from healthy to indulgent.”
For more information, please visit www.jasonsdeli.com.