Chick-fil-A's current Manhattan location at 37th Street and 6th Avenue.

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Popular fast-food chicken eatery Chick-fil-A has announced the opening of their second full-service New York City restaurant, scheduled to open in April.

 

Saturday, April 2, will mark the arrival of the new Chick-fil-A at West 46thStreet and Sixth Avenue near Rockefeller Center, the company has stated. The full-service restaurant will be aimed at serving a high volume of customers and will be open from 6:30 a.m. to midnight, Monday through Saturday.

 

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The company has also described some unique plans to heighten the eatery’s efficiency, including having employees take orders from customers in line via tablet. Chick-fil-A said that this will allow people to get their order within eight minutes of entering the restaurant.

 

Like its current location at 37thStreet and Sixth Avenue, the new Chick-fil-A will donate its surplus food to New York Common Pantry, to which it has donated more than 1,500 pounds of food since the 37th Street restaurant opened in October 2015.