(Click “Like” to become a fan of the Palm Coast Observer.)
With construction well under way on the new Zaxby’s, licensee Dickie Jones expects to open the restaurant sometime in April, according to a Tuesday statement.
The restaurant will be located in Cobblestone Village, 180 Cypress Edge Drive, near Florida Hospital Flagler and Carrabba’s.
The restaurant will create 50 to 60 jobs, Jones said.
“I’m excited to bring Zaxby’s to Palm Coast,” Jones said. “I realized that this area is the perfect fit for the family atmosphere Zaxby’s represents. I’m looking forward to providing the same quality food and services Zaxby’s is known for.”
The new location will be the first one in Flagler County, and the 49th in Florida. Zaxby’s currently operates more than 565 locations in 13 states.
Zaxby’s provides chicken fingers, wings, sandwiches, salads and more in a fun, relaxing atmosphere.
Zaxby’s boasts a quick-casual format, providing services and amenities that fall somewhere between fast food and a sit-down restaurant. At the new restaurant, customers will place their orders at the counter and will be called to pick up their prepared-at-order meals when they are ready.
The new 3,847-square-foot location will seat 90 in Zaxby’s unique. There also will be a drive-thru.
Zaxby's was announced in June 2012.
Currently 0 Responses
10 Top 5 Advice Tips for Women in Business
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
10 Garden Club Meeting
10 The Astronomy Club of Palm Coast
10 Divine Principle Presentation
Happy 61st birthday to Flagler's favorite dolphin!
Also, students explore black history; a sorority recognizes, serves veterans; congrats to the 2014 Hispanic American Club of Palm Coast Board of Directors!; and the Rotary joins 'World’s Biggest Commercial.'
The Flagler County Art League is going coastal
The Flagler County Art League will present it’s Second Saturday opening reception for the “Go Coastal” fine art show 6-9 p.m. March 8, at their gallery and art center, at 160 Cypress Point Parkway.
Sons of the American Revolution honor detective
Also, Love is in the air; FPC alumna says ‘yes’