The fast food outlet has seen a complete overhaul, inside and out, bringing the feel of a new restaurant to Columbia Pike. Wendys have brought in an all new dining area for customers as well as a faux fireplace for a homely feel. Customers will also have TVs and music available as they enjoy their fresh fast food offering, while they can also take advantage of the free Wi-Fi supplied.
Wendys was founded in 1969 by Dave Thomas with “Quality is our Recipe” as the bye-line. Using the best quality ingredients and freshest food, Wendys quickly grew and by 1976 already had 500 outlets. Wanting to show you could deliver fast food without taking short cuts, they used fresh beef instead of frozen beef. The company remains proud of its efforts since the first day they opened to source as much of their ingredients as they can from American farmers and ranchers in order to offer their customers the freshest fast food possible.
Visitors to the newly renovated restaurant at Columbia Pike can expect to see all their Wendys favourites. Their extensive choice of hamburgers still has the signature square beef burger hanging out over the edges of the bun. Chicken wraps and nuggets are also on the menu, as are freshly made sandwiches and salads. With fries, drinks and bakery treats too, Wendys offers a choice of quality, fresh, fast food options. Meal deals and combos are also available, all of which customers can now enjoy again at the renovated Wendy’s in Columbia Pike.
Wendys marked their re-opening at 3431 Columbia Pike with a giveaway to the first 100 visitors. The renovated restaurant has a fresh feel to match the fast food it will be serving, and brings the number of operating Wendys in the county back up to three. The company wants its customers to feel at home when they walk in to their restaurant, and in turn hope they are viewed as part of the extended community. Customers old and new will now get the opportunity to return to the extensively renovated Columbia Pike outlet to see the outcome of all the work over the previous few months.
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