This Popular Chicken Chain Continues To Expand In New Jersey
A hugely popular chain just got approval to open a brand new location in New Jersey, at the site of a former gas station.
It's a chain that has become more and more popular over the years, to the point that it causes traffic issues!
I kid you not.
For example, when I lived in State College Pennsylvania for a couple of years, we had one of these restaurants off one of the busier roads.
No matter what time of day it was, the line coming out of this place would spill out onto the street and they'd actually need the police to help with traffic.
It's a place where, for whatever reason, people are more than happy to wait in line to get a sandwich, wrap, salad, or beverage.
My mom, for example, is a huge fan of their lemonade and when she has a rough day at work, she'll wait in the drive-thru to pick up a cup of her favorite drink.
One thing I do like about this place is that as far as fast food goes, they have the highest quality food in my opinion.
It's not overly greasy, you don't feel weighed down after you eat it, and depending on what you get, it can be a pretty decent meal.
The new restaurant will be coming to East Brunswick New Jersey, right off route 18.
In fact, the entrance and exit to the restaurant will be at Sixth street and route 18.
According to My Central Jersey, it appears as though Chick-fil-A is planning to open at the site of the old gas station next to Safelite in East Brunswick.
No word on an opening date, but approval was just granted last week for the restaurant to open up at this location.
What I'd really like to know is when we'll get a Chick-Fil-A in Toms River, Bayville, Forked River, or Lakewood!