A popular restaurant chain known for its delicious chicken sandwiches has plans to open multiple new locations in Pennsylvania this year.
Chick-fil-A fans rejoice. The popular restaurant chain has plans to open multiple new locations in Pennsylvania.
Founded in 1967, Chick-fil-A has become one of the most beloved restaurant chains in the country. Thanks to its focus on quality ingredients and customer service, Chick-fil-A has earned a reputation for serving some of the best chicken sandwiches around.
The first new location we learned about will be at the current Arby location at 5105 Jonestown Road in Harrisburg. The company recently announced plans to tear down the Arby's restaurant and build a new driver-thru-only Chick-Fil-A on the property.
According to reports, the new Chick-Fil-A will have multiple drive-thru lanes to handle large numbers of customers and reduce wait times.
A second new Chick-fil-A location is anticipated to open at the former First National Bank location, 3951 Union Deposit Road in Harrisburg. According to reports, this location will be a full restaurant with an interior dining room with enough capacity for 62 diners and a drive-thru.
The company has not released opening dates for these two Chick-fil-A locations. However, construction plans are currently underway.
Judging by the popularity of the fast-food chain so far, there’s no doubt that these new restaurants will be a huge hit. The additional locations will make it more convenient for people to get their Chick-fil-A fix. The restaurants will also create new jobs in the community.
We can't wait to see when these new locations open their doors.