Sep 26, 2014 11:22 PM

New Chick-fil-A store taking shape in Nashua, but no free meals yet

NASHUA – Chick-fil-A will open its first standalone restaurant in the state this fall, and the construction of the 377 Amherst St. site is already taking shape. But one important thing hasn’t happened: The restaurant has yet to give out free meals for a whole year to its first 100 diners, an offer so good, it has led to people camping out in front of soon-to-open restaurants elsewhere in the country. The restaurant is set to open in about six weeks, and it’s only the second Chick-fil-A location in the state, in addition to the counter at the Pheasant Lane Mall food court in south Nashua. The restaurant will create about 80 new jobs, and will be owned and operated by Anthony Piccola, according to a statement from the company. The Nashua restaurant is part of the Atlanta-based company’s expansion in New England. The first standalone locations have opened or will open soon in Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island, according to the company.


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