Chick-fil-A Temporarily Closing Location in Richland Township for Building Improvements

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The new location would be the second one in the Langhorne area.

Chick-fil-A, the popular quick-service restaurant chain, is temporarily shuttering its location in Richland Township for remodeling, writes Ryan Kneller for WFMZ 69 News.

The fast food joint, located at 602 North West End Boulevard, just north of Quakertown, is expected to reopen sometime this summer. The location closed on May 10.

According to Chick-fil-A officials, the renovations will improve operations at the outlet.

Founded in 1967, Chick-fil-A is known for its grilled and fried chicken sandwiches, chicken nuggets, and “Chick-n-Strips,” as well as waffle fries. It has over 2,700 restaurants in 47 states, Washington, D.C., Puerto Rico, and Canada.

Over in Bensalem, township officials recently approved a second drive-thru lane for Chick-fil-A at 3621 Horizon Boulevard. The proposal for an extra lane follows a similar request made at Horsham Township in Montgomery County, which also got approved.

A popular dining destination in the area, the upcoming improvements should help to keep operations flowing smoothly for customers in the area.

Read more about the closing at WFMZ 69 News.


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