Chick-fil-A’s reconstruction

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The third ranked fast food restaurant in the US is currently unavailable to all customers in round rock who Chick-fil-A was a daily routine for them. Since September 28th, the Chick-fil-A on 110 Louis Henna Blvd has been temporarily closed due to the reconstruction of the building after being opened for 20 years. Marketing director, Shirley Johnson, announced that it will open back up in the spring of 2020. 

Many students have had to make an adjustment now that Chick-fil-A is unavailable. 

“I would go around once or twice a week sometimes just for nuggets and coffee,” Jazmin Navarrette said. “I go to the one on university now, even though it is out of the way just because I love Chick-fil-A so much.”

Chick-fil-A is known for being closed on Sundays, yet is still ranked as one of the most popular restaurants. It is notorious for their chicken sandwiches and waffle fries. Due to the absence of Chick-fil-A , people have also been finding replacement restaurants in place of Chick-fil-A until it comes back. 

“Once I heard that chick-fil-a was being rebuilt, I resorted to canes for my daily dose of chicken,” Kaylee McQuillan said. “ Although nothing can compare to the chicken minis at Chick-fil-A.” 

Johnson shared that Chick-fil-A is currently experiencing a “complete scrape and rebuild” for the sake of a new look and to help with the traffic flow. The location is typically congested, so when chick-fil-a is up and running, a more efficient drive-thru line is expected, along with easier ways to get in and out. 

“It is hard to be patient and wait for Chick-fil-A to open back up because it is one of the fastest lunch options when you only have 15-20 minutes by the time you get there.” Madison Johnson said.