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Woodbridge Chick Fil A. The most poorly planned location in the history of fast food.

ebchower | Oct 30, 201504:58 AM     2

So driving down Route 1 North last week I noticed the new Chick Fil A at the intersection of 1 and 35 with a sign clearly intended for Route 1 drivers to see, but no entrance into the parking lot. I figured if I wanted to stop in, I'd have to exit into the Shop Rite plaza and work my way over. I did that today and it was completely confusing as I wormed around Bertucci's and through the Taco Bell parking lot completely losing my bearings on the Chick Fil A. Now I realize you need exit 1 onto 35, but even then you have to go all the way to the end of the exit ramp and work your way back. I suppose now that I've figured it out somewhat it won't be so confusing. But they are not going to have an easy time getting people to stop in spur of the moment.

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