Chick-N-Ale Appears to have Closed in Struggling Downtown Salisbury, N.C.

Posted on December 17, 2014

RFP Staff

♦ Chick-N-Ale closed in struggling Downtown Salisbury, N.C.  Occupying the spot Uncle Bucks left behind on East Innes, Chick-N-Ale just opened its doors at the end of September.

On Tuesday morning a cardboard “closed” sign was taped to the glass front door at Chick-N-Ale.  Someone answered the listed phone and said the restaurant will not be reopening.  Neighbors earlier told the Rowan Free Press they believe the Chick-N-Ale was closed for good.

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Sources close to the owner said there was not enough customers coming through the doors nor was there room for a drive-through.  The Chick-N-Ale might be among the fastest restaurant closings in Downtown Salisbury history.  The restaurant appeared to be doing well enough and many people enjoyed their chicken recipes.


***This story will be updated as soon as more information arrives.***


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