Downtown Toronto’s Chick-fil-A Is Now Open

Downtown Toronto's Chick-fil-A Is Now Open

We’ve got some super exciting news. As of February 11th, the highly anticipated downtown Toronto Chick-fil-A location is open!

You can now head on over to 336 Queen Street West for some delicious chicken and waffle fries. 

The new Chick-fil-A will be open Monday through Saturday from 10:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. Order takeout or dine-in, whichever you prefer, plus, a third-party delivery service will be available shortly. 

This spot was actually once home to a Le Chateau, an Urban Behaviour, and then David’s Tea until late 2014.

It’s now officially the sixth Chick-fil-A to open in Canada and the second in downtown Toronto. 

The store opening is part of the company’s expansion plans as it just previously opened a location in Scarborough and in Kitchener in 2021. Chick-fil-A also operates a location on Yonge and Bloor, one in Yorkdale Shopping Centre, and another in Windsor.

Owner and Operator of the new restaurant, Keisse Azevedo, is thrilled to be serving the community with delicious, high-quality food stating in a release, “I’m excited to contribute to one of the city’s most dynamic neighbourhoods by helping those in need in the Queen Street West community, providing personal growth opportunities to my team and showing care to all who walk through our doors.”

In honour of the new opening, Chick-fil-A has donated a whopping USD$25,000 to the Yonge Street Mission Evergreen Centre for Street-Involved Youth, an inclusive, comprehensive center for street-involved youth in Toronto. How awesome is that?

So, if you happen to be craving a fried chicken sandwich, be sure to make a stop by!

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