A restaurant chain that has developed a loyal following across the country but is just getting into Upstate New York says it will break ground on Wednesday at the site of its new restaurant in Greece.
Chick-fil-A representatives will join local officials at the site of the chain’s first metro-Rochester location on West Ridge Road on Wednesday morning
The company says the 5,000 square foot restaurant will have indoor and patio seating as well as a two-story playground. When it opens something in the Spring, the restaurant will employ more than 100 people.
The Greece restaurant will open after Chick-fil-A’s first upstate New York location, which will happen in February in the Syracuse suburb of Cicero