New York City’s first Chick-Fil-A closed three months after opening its doors following a number of violations found in a Department of Health inspection.
Located at 1000 Avenue of the Americas, the restaurant was cited with violations by the Department of Health. CBS Local reported the violations included the facility not being “vermin proof,” concerns regarding cold storage temperature units, and presence of flies.
While the restaurant voluntarily closed to address the issues, it plans to reopen Monday. The restaurant was closed on December 30 and will reopen on January 4, a sign posted outside the restaurant said.
No line outside Chick-fil-A in NYC. Sign says closed for maintenance. Some violations online, no reason for closure pic.twitter.com/1lnuOonvXG
— Candice Choi (@candicechoi) January 3, 2016