With our first Oregon restaurants opening this spring, we’re learning a lot about Portland. And we love it already.
Once upon a time, it was a sleepy, little farm town. Just a 20-mile drive from Portland, Oregon, the quaint city of Hillsboro was a pastoral setting of green pastures and grazing cows
If you live in the Rose City, chances are good that you've never eaten at Chick-fil-A. With restaurants from the East Coast to the West Coast, from the North to the South, our adventures in the Pacific Northwest only recently began a year ago with your northern neighbor, Seattle. But Portland, you had us at hello. Maybe its your food scene. Or your indy vibe. Or your shockingly nice people. Any way you slice it, we're in love. That's why we're over the moon about opening our first restaurants in Portland this spring.
Oregon’s first stand-alone Chick-fil-A® restaurant will open March 31 in the Tanasbourne area of Hillsboro, bringing the restaurant’s signature menu of fresh, hand-crafted food, award-winning customer service and more than 80 jobs to the state.
Chick-fil-A, Inc. announced today the grand opening date of its first freestanding restaurant in Oregon. The restaurant, located at 2855 NW Town Center Drive in the Tanasbourne neighborhood of Hillsboro, Ore. is set to open Thursday, March 31.
If home is where the heart is, then Brian Hogan is one happy man. A Hillsboro native and fifth-generation Oregonian, Hogan is returning to his roots to open not only his first restaurant, but the first Chick-fil-A in Oregon.
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