Chick-Fil-A plans to open its second Snohomish County restaurant in Bothell next month. (File photo)

Chick-Fil-A plans to open its second Snohomish County restaurant in Bothell next month. (File photo)

Opening date set for Bothell Chick-Fil-A

BOTHELL — Chick-Fil-A plans to open in Bothell on Nov. 16, the second restaurant of the fast-growing chain in Snohomish County.

Matt Isenhower of Redmond was selected as the local owner. He will oversee day-to-day activities of the business, which is expected to employ 100 full- and part-time workers.

The franchise formally named Chick-Fil-A at Bothell Canyon Park is located at 22833 Bothell Highway SE. Crews tore down an old Denny’s diner to make way for the restaurant.

Paperwork filed last year for the project said it would be a 4,529-square-foot, single story building with 40 parking spots. The restaurant is expected to draw 700 vehicles per day to the location.

The first Chick-Fil-A opened in the county in Lynnwood to great fanfare in 2015.

The restaurant’s hours are 6:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Those interested in applying for a job at the restaurant can visit its hiring website at www.CFABothell.com.

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