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Bojangles' introduces new prototype in Greer

By Jim Fair, Editor
Published on Monday, July 24, 2017

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The "Biscuit Theatre" invites customers to observe biscuit makers creating a new batch every 20 minutes.

 



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Sides are served out of crocks that are color coded, such as green for green beans and black for dirty rice.
 

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Sides are served out of crocks that are color coded, such as green for green beans and black for dirty rice.

 



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More space is designed for staff to maneuver in the serving and kitchen area.
 

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More space is designed for staff to maneuver in the serving and kitchen area.

 



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A canopy provides shelter for customers ordering in the drive-thru.
 

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A canopy provides shelter for customers ordering in the drive-thru.

 



Bojangles’ introduced its “Prototype of the Future” store at its 112 West Wade Hampton Blvd., store’s opening Monday.

The colored crocks that serve sides is to make serving food attractive and “not look like a buffet,” said Joe Pollock, Bojangles’ Marketing Director for South Carolina.

A server said the crocks are black (dirty rice), red (pinto beans), orange (mac and cheese), yellow (mashed potatoes) and green (green beans).

The “Biscuit Theater” is brought in full view of the customers. The biscuit maker works behind a glass enclosed area behind the individual taking orders.

This store replaced the location on 1204 Wade Hampton Blvd.

Hours of operation are from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Saturday, and 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Sunday.

 

 

 

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