Obsessed with chicken sandwiches and waffle fries? Well, you’re in luck! A Chick-fil-A will be opening soon in downtown Toronto at 336 Queen Street West.
The Toronto location that Chick-fil-A will be taking over was once home to a Le Chateau, an Urban Behaviour, and David’s Tea until late 2014.
Chick-fil-A is continuing its expansion plans as it previously opened a spot in August 2021 in Scarborough and the other in Kitchener. It also operates a location on Yonge and Bloor, one in Yorkdale Shopping Centre, and another in Windsor.
The Queen Street shop will be the sixth to open in Canada.
Anita Costello, executive vice president of International at Chick-fil-A Inc., said in a release, “We’re thrilled to continue growing in Canada by opening restaurants in Kitchener and Toronto… Like our first two locations, each restaurant will be locally owned and operated. The success of our business is built on local owner/operators who truly care about their restaurant and the community they serve.”
Unfortunately, with the new pandemic restrictions in Ontario, the Grand Opening will be delayed.
So, finger’s crossed that we can expect a grand opening shortly!
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