Fast-food chain closing most NC restaurants

Following the news of Cook Out purchasing one of its restaurants, PDQ has announced the closure of all its drive-thru locations in North Carolina’s Triangle region.

The fast-food brand, known for its chicken, has closed eight restaurants across North Carolina and South Carolina. A location in Hickory is among those affected.

The brand’s site inside Charlotte Douglas International Airport will remain open, along with a restaurant in Concord and the brand’s flagship location in Cornelius.

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