As of July 20th (the day of my birthday), the popular fast-food chain is opening two locations in upstate New York, and Berkshire residents need to head east to Chicopee to enjoy this haute cuisine, so they can head there to satisfy their appetites. Now there is an alternative and it’s a little closer. Just head west on Interstate 90.
Customers waited in line from early morning to become the first patrons of the new store. chick fill a position Inside Clifton Park just north of Albany.they are Located just off Exit 9 of the Adirondack Northway. Owner and operator Scott Payne reiterated that people should have an exciting and unforgettable experience while dining at new eateries. Demand for this restaurant also led to the opening of his second location in The Capital area, which was also very busy before opening at 6:30am.
You can also stop by Location of Route 4 in the village of Defreestville (just outside Renssalear) as this relocation was set up to avoid the crowds many loyal and true customers are already experiencing. A spokeswoman for Chick-fil-A said both restaurants will have team members meeting customers at two-lane drive-thru windows, taking orders on tablets and facilitating payments for faster walk-ins. North Greenbush Restaurant is locally owned and operated by Will Potts.
If you’re traveling to Clifton Park, here are a few tips to help you stay out of traffic this weekend. The New York State Police, Clifton Park, and Half Moon EMS recommend that when arriving southbound on Interstate 87 Exit 9, drivers should turn left onto Clifton Country Road or continue left onto Mo Road. Drivers will then turn around and turn left behind Clifton Park Center Road (near Homewood Suites) to Chick-fil-A.
From I-87 Exit 8A Northbound, turn left onto Grooms Road and right onto Moe Road. Then turn right onto Clifton Park Center Road and circle around the back of Clifton Park Center Mall. From Route 9, follow Sitterly Road to Clifton Park Center Road.
Chick-Fil-A is open Monday through Saturday, 6 days a week from 6:30 am to 10:00 pm. Please note that all shops are closed on Sundays. So plan accordingly and add two more words. “Buon Appetit!”
(Some information obtained in this article was provided by WTEN-TV and The Daily Gazette)
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