Chick-fil-A Opens Up New Eatery In New York State, Hudson Valley
Another county in the Hudson Valley officially has its first Chick-Fil-A!
In 2022, Hudson Valley Post reported New York State residents will soon be able to order Chick-fil-A at some rest stops across New York, including in the Hudson Valley.
Chick-fil-A To Open First Hudson Valley Store In Westchester County, New York
It remains unclear when Chick-Fil-A will open up its first full restaurant in the Hudson Valley. An opening date for the Yonkers eatery has yet to be announced.
Yonkers, New York Chick-Fil-A Approved
According to Chick-fil-A's website, until it opens, the closest stores to the Hudson Valley are located inside the Danbury Mall, the Paramus Park Mall, in Brookfield, CT, or Ramsey, NJ.
Westchester County's First Chick-fil-A Is Now Open
However, Westchester County's first Chick-fil-A is now open.
The popular fast food chain just opened inside the Ardsley Travel Plaza along the New York State Thruway in Hastings-On-Hudson.
The location is the seventh new service area to open to Thruway customers as part of the $450 million project to redevelop and modernize all 27 Thruway service areas.
Ardsley Service Area
The Ardsley Service Area is located on I-87 northbound between exit 6A (Stew Leonard Drive) and exit 7 (Ardsley - NY Route 9A). The facility is more than 14,000 square feet, officials say.
More Plans For Chick-Fil-A In the Hudson Valley, Rockland County, Westchester County
Chick-fil-A also plans to open a restaurant on Tarrytown Road on the border of White Plains and Hartsdale and an eatery in Rockland County, on Route 59 in Nanuet.