Cobb Chick-fil-A reopens April 15 after extensive renovation project

East Cobb residents who had to change their daily routines after Chick-fil-A at Woodlawn Square closed last summer for a renovation project can now rejoice, as the restaurant will soon reopen for business.

Chick-fil-A at 1201 Johnson Ferry Road in Marietta will reopen at 6 a.m. Monday, April 15 with a new design, the company said.

Customers will be treated to a dining room featuring what the restaurant calls “vintage heritage interior designs,” including larger tables and light fixtures made from recycled Coca-Cola bottles. Other finishes include subway tiles, bigger windows and a large gathering table.

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The little ones will enjoy an updated, two-story indoor play area, and customers will be treated to free Wi-Fi, an updated drive-thru system with expanded face-to-face ordering and an additional lane. Kim Cox, a spokeswoman with Chick-fil-A, said the Woodlawn Square eatery closed July 6, 2018, to accommodate the renovation project.

Chick-fil-A at Woodlawn Square set up shop more than 30 years ago, and Monday’s reopening coincides with franchise owner and Marietta resident Danny Daniels celebrating three decades with the company.

You can keep track of reopening day by visiting the restaurant's Facebook page.

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