Two new fast-casual eateries are likely coming to a busy shopping area of Route 73 in Evesham (Burlington County).

Evesham's Zoning Board approved an application for two quick-serve restaurants to be built on the North Side of the Target parking lot, the Burlington County Times reported on Friday. The meeting was held last Monday (June 17).

The proposal, which was submitted by United Growth Holdings, says that the developers plan on opening a PDQ and First Watch eatery, the newspaper reported.

The construction, by the way, is expected to begin by the end of this summer, the newspaper says, and both eateries could be open by next spring (2020).

The meeting minutes, which are posted online here, show that the plans call for the PDQ to be 2,800 square feet (with a drive-through) space, and the First Watch's eatery to be approximately 3,800 square feet.

PDQ (People Dedicated to Quality) currently operates two other stores in New Jersey (Cherry Hill and Sicklerville). The chain is best known for its fresh chicken tenders and nuggets. They operate 65 eateries in 10 states, according to their website.

Meanwhile, First Watch is a breakfast, brunch and lunch restaurant. Earlier this year we covered the opening of their Cherry Hill location, located on Haddonfield Road (across from Wegmans). The restaurant is usually open from 7:00-2:30 pm daily.

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