Hungry customers should be prepared to see changes to Gloucester’s Chick-fil-A in the coming weeks. Construction has begun to install permanent awnings and new permanent double drive through order points.
John Gordon, owner/operator of Gloucester’s Chick-fil-A, said that construction should finish in September but the timeline is subject to change due to unforeseen factors that may arise. He said Chick-fil-A will remain open during the construction, with work being done during Chick-fil-A’s non-operating hours of 10 p.m. to 5 a.m.
The restaurant was forced to close its dining area during the pandemic and has yet to reopen it despite COVID-19 restriction easing up. Gordon said potential safety hazards caused by the construction are why the area will remain closed until its completion. He said customers can still go into the restaurant for mobile order pickup.
The new construction adds to the success the current double drive-thru lines has had. Gordon estimated that throughout ...
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