Gwinnett Chick-fil-A closing for complete remodel

If you’re a regular at the Peachtree Corners Chick-fil-A, you’ll need to figure out a new place to get your chicken fix for the next few months.

The Chick-fil-A at 6105 Peachtree Parkway will be closed as of Dec. 1 for a “complete demolition and rebuild” of the restaurant, the store said in a Facebook post. The Peachtree Corners location is referring regular customers to the Rivermont Station restaurant at 8475 Holcomb Bridge Rd. in Alpharetta.


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There is no set re-opening date for the Peachtree Corners Chick-fil-A. Customers should follow its Facebook page for construction updates.

Chick-fil-A restaurants across metro Atlanta have undergone remodels recently. The Jimmy Carter Boulevard location in Norcross and the North Druid Hills location in DeKalb County both re-opened in recent months after undergoing major updates.


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