Pittsburgh’s first Chick-Fil-A-Set closes

The first Chick-Fil-A in the Pittsburgh area closes later this month.

March 31st is the last day of operation for the Chick-Fil-A in Ross Park Mall.

The mall’s food court restaurant first opened in August 1986, according to the company.

Gourmets who are interested in the typical chicken sandwich don’t have to travel far to feel full (except on Sundays, of course, when the restaurant is closed). A standalone Chick-Fil-A restaurant opened almost across from the mall on McKnight Road in May 2017.

The restaurant chain has grown across the region with almost 20 locations in the region. Shopping malls include Westmoreland Mall, Mall at Robinson and Beaver Valley Mall. Standalone restaurants include: Cranberry, Fox Chapel, Greensburg, Homestead, Monroeville, Pleasant Hills, Robinson, South Hills, Washington, and Wexford.

There are also licensed restaurants at Pittsburgh International Airport, the University of Pittsburgh, Duquesne University, and the California University of Pennsylvania.

Mike Palm is a digital producer on Tribune Review. You can contact Mike at 412-380-5674 or mpalm@triblive.com.

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