New Waxhaw Bojangles’ Opens with Revamped Design

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WAXHAW, NC – A new Bojangles’ has arrived in Waxhaw, filling the gap left by the closing of the Old Hickory Shopping Center location earlier in the year. The long-time Waxhaw favorite was sorely missed but quickly replaced, with the new location just a few miles down the road at 2933 Providence Road South.

Bojangles' swag bag
The first 25 customers received the Bojangles’ swag bag, featuring sunglasses a t-shirt and Bojangles’ seasoning

The new Bojangles’ promises a variety of upgrades and new features, including in-store Wifi, a biscuit theater, and a revamped design inside and out. The biscuit theater, only in a few locations so far, will provide customers with a chance to see their biscuits made every 20 minutes by Bojangles’ master biscuit makers, once the dining area is open for business. 

According to Tesser design firm CEO Tré Musco, the new building plans are designed to make customers feel more welcome while appealing to a wider audience. Randy Icard, vice president of construction and development at Bojangles’, said on the company website, that their new design concept represents their commitment to operational excellence and enhancing the consumer experience at their restaurants.

The old Waxhaw Bojangles' location
The old Waxhaw Bojangles’ location

Zachery Caines, Bojangles’ area manager, said that he and his staff know that this is a difficult time for all. He said that he hopes the new store, and the dedicated employees, will bring a little bit of joy to Waxhaw. Together, he said, we will get through this.

Founded in 1977 by Jack Fulk and Richard Thomas, Bojangles’ has grown from the original store in Charlotte to more than 750 locations across the southeast and mid-Atlantic regions. As of the opening of the new location, Bojangles’ has 319 restaurants in North Carolina alone.

The-drive-thru-is-openCurrent public health restrictions hold the dining room of the new Bojangles’ closed until further notic, but the restaurant will be serving drive-through and delivery throughout the current public health crisis. Frontline workers, like police, medical professionals, and emergency responders, will receive free iced tea at the new location through June 10 to show appreciation for the work that they do during these trying times. 

Visit the new location at 2933 Providence Road South, near Lowe’s and Aldi, to try the famous chicken and biscuits that made Bojangles’ a North Carolina and Waxhaw favorite for many years.

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