Bojangles, located on N. Sandhills Boulevard, reopened this week after closing for several days during a remodeling project. The Aberdeen fast food restaurant, famous for its chicken and biscuits, reopened Monday at 4 p.m. just in time for the dinner rush.
Moore County residents walked into a newly remodeled restaurant that includes an updated welcoming dining area with open seating to accommodate large groups and solo diners alike. A makeshift flour splat adorns the wall near the improved beverage station. The staff was eager to serve local diners in the renovated store Monday.
“We will continue to serve our flavorful chicken, made-from-scratch biscuits and homestyle fixin’s that local residents have enjoyed for years,” said Bojangles PR & Media Relations Manager Cliff Cermak in an email to Sandhills Sentinel.
Cermak noted Bojangles biscuits are made from scratch every twenty minutes by a Bojangles’ certified biscuit maker. The biscuit makers follow Bojangles’ 48-step biscuit-making process, and a biscuit maker will make an average of 1,000 biscuits over an 8-hour shift.
The Aberdeen Bojangles originally opened in 1985.