Chick-fil-A near Westfield, Carmel border to close for 2 months for major renovations


The Chick-fil-A restaurant near the Westfield and Carmel border will close for at least two months beginning in April for major renovations. 

Patrick Tate, who owns and operates the Chick-fil-A restaurant at 14647 Thatcher Ln. in Village Park Plaza, announced the news on a video posted to the store’s YouTube page.

Outdoor upgrades include expanding the drive through to a double-lane drive through and adding awnings, heaters and coolers.

The kitchen will be expanded, and the dining area will be improved with new furniture and flooring.

When the store reopens in June, the dining room is also expected to reopen. It has been closed since March 2020 when Gov. Eric Holcomb placed a ban on indoor dining to prevent the spread of COVID-19. The governor allowed indoor dining to resume in May 2020, but Chick-fil-A has chosen not to reopen its dining room.


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