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Bojangles' opening in Grovetown

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A Bojangles’ restaurant is opening Tuesday in Grovetown.

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Local franchisees Pat, Sandy and Daniel Landon, of Bojland Restaurant Group LLC, will operate the restaurant at 5105 Wrightsboro Road, which makes the fourth Bojangles’ to be run by the family in the Augusta market. Since 2002, the Landons have owned Bojangles’ in Augusta, North Augusta and Thomson.

“As we’ve successfully grown three other locations, we knew it was time to bring Bojangles’ to Grovetown,” Pat Landon said. “We’ve been very fortunate to have such loyal customers and high demand in this region.”

The 3,800-square-foot restaurant can seat as many as 88 diners and will include a drive-through lane. About 76 employees have been hired for the restaurant, Landon said.

Bojangles’, founded in 1977 in Charlotte, N.C., has seven restaurants in metro Augusta and more than 550 restaurants overall, mainly in the Southeast.

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justthefacts
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justthefacts 09/11/13 - 02:13 pm
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Ha!

Take that Countyman.

acstrauss
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acstrauss 09/11/13 - 04:10 pm
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Honey Mustard

The North Augusta location ran out of Honey Mustard this past weekend. You can't run out of Honey Mustard!

Little Lamb
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Little Lamb 09/11/13 - 04:20 pm
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Honey Mustard

Yeah, the Health Department will take off points for that kind of mistake.

:-)

Augustaisdying
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Augustaisdying 09/11/13 - 04:23 pm
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Mediocre at best
Unpublished

I had the fried chicken at Fat Man's in Enterprise Mill for the first time the other day. Now THAT is how fried chicken is supposed to taste, not the fast food crap. Popeye's and Church's are also no good.

countyman
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countyman 09/11/13 - 06:24 pm
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Restaurants

Good news for Grovetown....Hopefully the Chronicle will report the Dunkin Donuts, Firehouse Subs, Five Guys, etc...

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