How to get a fast food burger in Columbus
Fast food restaurants in Columbus are not only expanding, they are opening.
The Columbus Downtown Partnership (CDPD) has announced plans to open up more than half of the fast food locations in the city.
According to CDPD’s release, it will expand to include all of Columbus’ fast food outlets by the end of 2018.
In addition, the new expansion will include nearly 200 additional fast food restaurants that will serve a range of food styles, including burgers, sandwiches, tacos, salads, entrees, drinks, snacks, breakfast, and lunch.
The goal of the new locations is to help drive up the Columbus burger and other fast food market share.
CDPD also says that the expansion will also provide an economic boost to the city, as the restaurants will be open 24/7.
This is in addition to the existing 24/10/12 and 24/11/12 hours of operation.
The expanded locations will also include additional retail space and new restaurants will offer a variety of burgers, wings, and more.
The new expansion plans will be announced at a press conference on June 15, 2018 at the corner of West Market and West Third Street.
The CDPD has announced that a second expansion, dubbed “The First Five” will also be opening later this year, with a further 24 new locations in Columbus.
CDPD will also launch a mobile app for Columbus fast food stores.