The Chick-Fil-A of Granbury is soon to be under a big $2.2 million dollar renovation project.
The project will include the removal of the play area to compensate for the seating changes as preliminary plans show an enlarged and more complex kitchen extending to the doorway of the restrooms.
The renovation will also include a second drive-through lane installed to help alleviate the drive-through times for customers and provide more efficient service.
“This renovation is very needed. Mainly for our kitchen. We currently are just stepping on each other’s toes, and we are just out of room,” Owner and operator Aaron Grant said. “We just want to serve our community as best as we can and uphold the values of Chick-Fil-A.”
The building will be torn down to the shell resulting in a closure of 12 weeks and is set to start in January of 2024 with the completion of the renovation expected in April.