Toronto's only Chick-fil-A location reopens after closing for a few days

Nov 25 2019, 11:10 am

Fans of Chick-fil-A were in for a surprise over the weekend, as the fried chicken chain temporarily closed its Toronto location.

The Atlanta-based restaurant chain, best known for its fried chicken sandwiches, biscuits, and waffle fries, opened its first Toronto location late this summer and still attracts massive lineups of customers.

However, the Toronto location shut its doors on Friday and Saturday, ahead of its routine Sunday closure.

And it’s safe to say that fried chicken fans were slightly disappointed by this.

But to the joy of hungry patrons, the Toronto location re-opened on Monday, following its three-day closure.

The restaurant voluntarily closed for facilities maintenance, according to the restaurant’s PR agency.

The premier Toronto location is the first stand-alone outlet outside of the United States… if you don’t count the counter at the Calgary International Airport that opened in 2014, and has since shuttered.

However, it’s been confirmed that the popular yet controversial chain is set to open a second location in Toronto in 2020.