It was dire times in Waco with both Chick-Fil-A locations temporarily closed recently.

Before COVID-19 hit Waco, the Chick-Fil-A on Franklin temporarily closed it's doors for re-modeling in January. Chick-Fil-A placed a Baylor food truck in the Walmart parking lot, but of course there was a limited menu and hours.

Everything was cool though because we still had the Richland Mall location, but as fate would have it, disaster struck.

On March 18, it was announced that the Chick-fil-a at Richland Mall would temporarily close out of an abundance of caution after one of its employees tested positive for COVID-19.

The franchise owner, Jake Royce, has stated that a re-opening date will be determined after receiving clearance for the health department.

But worry not, because the Franklin location has officially re-opened!

Of course with the current pandemic occurring the dining room is closed. Hours for drive through service are Monday-Saturday from 6:30 AM to 9:00 PM.

Now we may go forth and rejoice with those crisp delicious waffle fries.

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