Another new caveat: The restaurant doesn’t accept cash. It will only take credit/debit, “making the Chick-fil-A Mobile App the easiest way to order,” the brand added.
The location will serve the full menu.
Chick-fil-A’s Louisville restaurant will be a similar format. In this case, there will be no dining room or walk-up ordering. It will focus solely on preparing catering and delivery orders for Chick-fil-A restaurants in Louisville’s East End.
This store, slated for mid-October, will be roughly the same size as typical 4,800-square-foot stores. “This is a tremendous opportunity to create a better experience for restaurant team members and customers alike,” said Bruce Smith, operator of the new location,” in a statement. “Team members can stay focused on making sure every customer has the best possible experience at our restaurants. It’s never been easier for customers who are picking up their catering orders.”