It’s controversial and it’s coming soon, apparently. Toronto’s first Chick-fil-A restaurant is looking like it’ll open soon at Yonge and Bloor. It’s still up in the air whether the chain will experience success in Toronto, as it’s known for having anti-LGBTQ values, it seems only time will tell.
Chick-fil-A Toronto is opening at 1 Bloor East and from what we’re seeing online, it looks like it could be opening very soon.
A covered over sign was spotted a few days ago where the store is going to be and ever since, speculation on an opening date has been growing. In addition to the sign, it’s reported that employees have already picked up their uniforms, as well.
The chick fil a employees had their uniform pickup today. We’re getting closer to opening, Toronto! pic.twitter.com/3PlHmmsLdG
— KingKaylan (@kaylanreece) August 19, 2019
The most exciting reveal is the menu that’s been seen through the restaurants walls, as well as a tweet that goes as far to speculate when Chick-fil-A will actually be opening its doors.
In regard to the menu, assuming Chick-fil-A sticks with it’s principle of offering the same menu in all its locations, it’s safe to say that the Toronto location shouldn’t be any different.
Chick Fil A Toronto will be opening very soon, likely between Aug 26 — Sept 6. ???
— DUNCAN (@sftyduncan) August 19, 2019
Narcity reports that Chick-Fil-A is working on securing two more locations here in Ontario. This includes a North York location as well as one in southeastern Ontario. While they don’t specify where that third location is, the chain could be referring to the Hamilton or Niagara regions.
Featured Image: Instagram/@chickfila
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