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Schlotzsky’s Introduces Double Drive-Thru with No Indoor Seating

The sandwich maker aims to refine the prototype for potential franchisees




Courtesy of Schlotzsky’s

Schlotzsky’s (Atlanta) has unveiled a new design in Oklahoma City featuring two-drive thrus, one on each side of the restaurant, with no indoor seating.

The window on the driver side is for traditional drive-thru ordering, while the passenger side window is exclusively for first-party and third-party delivery pickups. The restaurant also includes a walk-up ordering window.

The sandwich chain says it plans to gather insights and data from the prototype in order to refine it for potential franchisees. The location in Oklahoma City is company-owned.

Schlotzsky’s also said it’s in the midst of “aggressive expansion” through conversions and new construction, with franchise availabilities in Missouri, New Mexico, North Carolina, South Carolina and other markets in the Midwest and Southeast. It currently has 323 restaurants in 24 states.

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