Chick-fil-A Las Vegas, NV Locations

Las Vegas will soon be home to 3 different Chick-fil-A Locations

Las Vegas will soon be home to 3 different Chick-fil-A Locations

By Steve Beauregard

It has a cult-like following, a larger chunk of the fast food chicken market than KFC, and millions of loyal fans who devour the restaurant’s tender breaded chicken sandwiches and famous waffle fries.

And it’s coming to Las Vegas.

However as of this writing in June 2016, there are no Chick-fil-A locations in Las Vegas.

That’s soon about to change.

The popular national chain with over 2,000 locations in 43 states has begun construction on two Chick-fil-A restaurants in the Las Vegas area, with another location approved and on the way.

By early 2017, Las Vegas will have two Chick-fil-A locations open. And, if everything goes according to plan, a third location, very close to the Las Vegas strip, will be open by the end of 2017.

Rendering of the Chick-fil-A on Stephanie Road in Las Vegas

Rendering of the Chick-fil-A on Stephanie Road in Las Vegas

Las Vegas Chick-fil-A Locations

In October of 2015, the Las Vegas City Council approved the first Chick-Fil-A restaurant to be located in the city limits of Las Vegas. The location is an undeveloped parcel of land on the northeast corner of the intersection of W. Sahara Avenue and S. Rancho Drive, catty-corner from the Palace Station Hotel and Casino.

(The three colored dots show you the three different Chick-Fil-A Las Vegas Locations.)

Unfortunately, this is not one of the Chick-fil-A’s currently being built. It is, however, expected to be completed and open for business by the end of 2017.

When opened, it will be the closest Chick-fil-A to the Las Vegas Strip. In fact, it will be just a little less than one mile east of the Strip and within a short drive or taxi/Uber fare to the SLS, Stratosphere and Circus Circus.

Henderson, Nevada Chick-fil-A Locations

The two Chick-fil-A restaurants currently being built are in Henderson, a sprawling suburb to the south and east of Las Vegas.

One restaurant is located at 9925 S. Eastern Avenue. This location, in the Diamond Summit Plaza shopping area, near the St. Rosa Parkway, will be officially called the Chick-fil-A at Diamond Summit Plaza and will be the southernmost Las Vegas Chick-fil-A.

It’s located just over a mile to the south and west of the Green Valley Ranch Resort Spa & Casino and is taking the place where a Nacho Daddy used to operate.

The other Chick-fil-A under construction is at 460 N. Stephanie Street. Officially called the “Chick-fil-A at Stephanie and Warm Springs Road” by the company, it’s located just a few hundred feet from the Sunset Station Hotel & Casino.

Both of these Henderson restaurants will have seating for 122 customers inside, with additional outdoor patio seating. There will also be a children’s play area inside of both restaurants.

Future Chick-fil-A Las Vegas Locations

Chick-fil-A's famous Waffle Fries

Chick-fil-A’s famous Waffle Fries

While the company is mum on where exactly, future restaurants will be located, they have publically stated they plan to have between 8 to 10 locations in Las Vegas within the next five years. It’s unclear if there will be a Chick-fil-A on the Las Vegas Strip, but it seems unlikely, given both the cost to buy or lease Strip storefronts, and because of the company’s policy of letting employees have Sunday’s off of work.

According to AdWeek, Chick-fil-A is the nation’s most successful fast food restaurant, in terms of sales per store. On average, each restaurant has sales of $3.1 million per year.

Similar to In-N-Out, Chick-fil-A is privately owned. Unlike In-N-Out however, Chick-fil-A franchises out its restaurants. Currently there are over 2,000 Chick-fil-A franchises, and in 2015, those stores generated a combined $6 billion plus in sales. Pretty impressive for a company founded back in 1946 with one little restaurant.

It’s combination of over-the-top, friendly service (especially for a fast food joint), tasty, unique fried chicken flavor with pickle and soft bun, and decadent shakes has made Chick-fil-A even more successful than KFC, despite the fact KFC has many more locations and gets an extra day of sales. (Chick-fil-A restaurants are closed on Sundays).

(Photos courtesy of Jay Reed and Shinya Suzuki via Flickr.)