Louisiana Avenue Chick-fil-A Undergoing Upgrades to Match Kaliste Saloom and Johnston St. Locations
The Chick-fil-A on Louisiana Avenue is undergoing substantial renovations aimed to bring it on par with its newer counterparts on Kaliste Saloom and Johnston Street at Ridge Road. Louisiana Senator Gerald Boudreaux discussed the upgrade in a recent Facebook post, referencing information initially reported by Developing Lafayette.
According to Senator Boudreaux, the key focus of the renovation is to increase customer throughput and reduce wait times. A second drive-through lane is being added, and enhancements are being made to the drive-through work area, known as the "Drive-Thru Cockpit," to make it more efficient and comfortable for employees.
Chick-fil-A on Louisiana Avenue to Reopen as Early as October
Continuing from Senator Boudreaux's update, the restaurant has plans to be back in business as early as this October. "All of North Lafayette and the surrounding areas should be able to have some fresh Chick-fil-A as soon as October!" Boudreaux stated in his post. The swift turnaround indicates that locals won’t have to hold their cravings for Chick-fil-A's famous chicken sandwiches and waffle fries for much longer.
Now Hiring: Louisiana Avenue Chick-fil-A Seeks Staff for Improved Location
As the restaurant prepares for its grand reopening, Chick-fil-A is actively recruiting to bolster its employee numbers at the Louisiana Avenue location. The ongoing hiring is an integral part of the chain's commitment to delivering a seamless and high-quality dining experience for its patrons.
North Lafayette Parish residents and I-10 commuters can look forward to shorter wait times, an improved dining experience, and the same beloved flavors that have made Chick-fil-A a regional favorite.
For further details on job openings and the grand reopening, hop over to the full report from Developing Lafayette.