Chick-fil-A Tests a Brand New Restaurant Concept in Nashville and Louisville
Tailgate season just got SO much easier.
Chick-fil-A knows that we super fans are onto something, and you'll be pleased to learn they're opening a new restaurant concept in two Southern cities, Nashville and Louisville. As Greg Rossino shared on Chick-fil-A's blog, The Chicken Wire, "[with] a growing demand for food to-go, Chick-fil-A is testing a new restaurant prototype," focusing on catering and delivery. The two outposts will open this month.
These new restaurants will act as hubs for catering and delivery operations, featuring sprawling kitchens — in Nashville, around 4,200-square-feet of the restaurant's 5,800-square-feet will be kitchen space. Perhaps surprisingly to some, the spaces will lack both dining room areas and also drive-thrus. Fear not, though, you can still place a single order from the restaurant's full menu (hello, Waffle Fries) at the restaurants' counter or through DoorDash delivery. If you're ordering catering, food will be available for either in-store pickup or delivery. The new prototypes will also be cash-free, meaning you can only use credit or debit cards or the Chick-fil-A One app to place your oder.
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Welcome to the future, folks. What do you think about the new restaurant prototypes? Would they take off in your neck of the woods?
This Story Originally Appeared On Southern Living