Finally, Chick-fil-A is on its way, this time for real and headed to Henderson. Plans are very far advanced to create the first Chick-fil-A quick serve restaurant in Nevada, occupying 4,544 square feet and equipped with a play area, a drive-thru and their craveable chicken sandwiches.
Set to open 24 hours, Monday through Saturday and pointedly closed on Sundays, Chick-fil-A takes over a vacant bank building at 460 N. Stephanie St., sitting across from an Outback Steakhouse and the recently debuted Hash House A Go Go just south of Sunset Station and the Galleria at Sunset.
The space will offer 120 seats, a playground and outdoor patio seating, shaded under awnings. Hard to miss signage will direct guests to the drive-thu and a prominent flag pole will be flying the Stars and Stripes.
Currently, the closest Chick-fil-A location to the Las Vegas area is found in Saint George, Utah, 113.74 miles away.
No timetable for the arrival has been announced, nor has an official statement been released regarding the project, but the company is already exclaiming they are "excited to bring their delicious food and great service to the Henderson, Nevada community."