There shortly will be an humiliation of riches for fried chicken fans in Harmar.
A new Popeyes fried chicken franchise is coming to the township — and it will be adjacent to the Kentucky Fried Hen cafe on Harmar Landing Travel.
Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen, Inc. (its comprehensive model title) has been given unanimous approval from the Harmar supervisors. Supervisor Bob Seibert explained the township is anticipating the new cafe will open up early following year.
A spokesman for Popeyes could not be achieved.
“It couldn’t be a better site with great visibility and uncomplicated accessibility off of Route 28 and the Pennsylvania Turnpike,” Seibert explained. “That need to be rather aggressive to have two rooster sites future door to every other.”
Seibert mentioned he at first reached out to Cracker Barrel Places to eat about the locale, but Cracker Barrel’s associates responded they didn’t imagine the site would suit their requirements. So Seibert contacted Popeyes three a long time back because he’s a admirer of its food.
“I like the solution. I assume it’s a high-quality chicken sandwich that they offer, plus their menu is pretty intensive,” Seibert said. “They did consider a seem at Harmar, and I believed they weren’t coming.”
But Popeyes held Harmar in brain and finally produced the final decision to open there.
Supervisor Bob Exler reported persons are thrilled about Popeyes opening a cafe in this article.
“We all adore it. Naturally, in Harmar, we have a great deal of speedy food stuff restaurants. But it’s normally great to get a further 1,” stated Exler. “We’re delighted they chose Harmar. We’re organization helpful. I’ll enjoy the tax money we’re heading to get, and I do like their fried chicken. They have a incredibly superior reputation.”
Popeyes isn’t the only franchise opening in Harmar.
Seibert stated there shortly will be a Starbucks opening in city as very well in the vicinity of Harmar’s string of lodges. Although Starbucks is technically now in Harmar, with a place in Target, this new a single will be a freestanding.
“We’re conference the desires of all the demographics in the community,” Seibert claimed. “It’s just a further purpose to quit in Harmar.”
Paul Guggenheimer is a Tribune-Evaluate personnel writer. You can get in touch with Paul at 724-226-7706 or [email protected]