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Bankhead Highway Chick-fil-A temporarily closing for renovations

Starting on March 8th the Chick-fil-A located at 1156 Bankhead Highway will be closed for renovations. In a message posted on the Chick-fil-A Carrollton’s Bankhead Highway’s Facebook, the store is set to start renovations on this date.

It reads in full, “Starting March 8th Bankhead Highway will be closed, we will be renovating Bankhead Highway from March 8th – March 26. No worries, Highway 27 will still be open, we will be temporarily merging both stores so you’ll still be able to see your Bankhead favorites while enjoying fast, accurate service! Spread the word.”

Sam Eduardo, spokesperson for Carrollton’s Chick-fil-A, comments, “The drive-thru inside is being update for speed and efficiency of guest and employee experience.”

In addition to this news, The City Menus reported just last week that updates were coming to another Chick-fil-A in the region.

Currently, the Chick-fil-A in Villa Rica has a double lane that merges into a single, but renovations there will turn the merged lane into a true double lane that is expected to double serving capacity. You can read more about those renovations by clicking here.

We will post more information specifically about Carrollton’s renovations in the coming days.

For now you can visit Chick-fil-A at 1316 South Highway 27 in Carrollton or in Bremen at 89 US 27 just north of I-20.

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