For you chicken connoisseurs out there, it's nearly time! Word on the street is that Chick-fil-A Toronto is finally so close to opening up to the public in the 6ix that the restaurant already seems to have their sign up! People on Twitter are sharing their thoughts on when the popular food chain could make its debut in Toronto, and how they feel about it.

One Twitter user shared a couple of snaps of the 1 Bloor Street East location and it looks like it is all coming together.

"Chick-fil-A Toronto will be opening very soon, likely between Aug. 26 and Sept. 6," believes one Twitter user while sharing this picture to his followers.

According to a statement by Chick-fil-A, the chain plans to open at least 15 restaurants in the GTA alone over the next five years. The Bloor Street storefront will be the first to open in the city, but there's no official word of when exactly it will be open.

Though certainly not all Canadians were won over by the news of the chain's expansion north of the border, there are plenty of people on Twitter who definitely seem excited by the recent pictures, with it even being said that people are already lining up.

That seems a stretch too far, and there's no word of whether or not that is true. But you can certainly see some people are already dedicated to being the first in trying it out.

Another reason to believe Chick-fil-A might be opening its doors very soon?

According to one tweet, employees have already picked up their uniform.

There's more!

According to their official Facebook page, the restaurant already has its set hours available. One Twitter user suggests there may be a soft opening.

Whatever the case may be, the restaurant is sure to open its doors to the public very soon.

So, keep an eye out for any updates because people will be sure to line up as soon as there's word!

Narcity has reached out to Chick-fil-A for comment.

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