Updated details on the reveal of the fourth local Chick-fil-A headed to Las Vegas confirms it will be easier than ever to pick up their famed chicken sandwiches to take with you on a plane, or bring home after a long trip.
As Eater Vegas first announced, both Chick-fil-A and Starbucks will build new outposts at the corner of Las Vegas Blvd. and George Crockett Road, currently an empty plot of land. The site is convenient for the McCarran Rent-A-Car Center, a one mile drive from the Las Vegas South Premium Outlets, just under two miles from the Mandalay Bay resort and for drivers arriving from California, an easy to spot road marker on the right hand side as they approach the Strip.
Chick-fil-A will sit on the north side of the property, filling 4,529 square feet with a main dining room and a play area, a similar size to their three other local fast casual restaurants under construction. Like the neighboring Starbucks, it will feature a drive-thru and the 24-foot "parapet walls" will be easy to spot. While not yet confirmed, it is expected to serve 24-hours a day, every day except Sunday.
No construction timetable has been announced, but their other Vegas sites, two in Henderson and a third at the corner of Rancho and Sahara across from the Palace Station casino and hotel, are targeting a 2017 arrival.