Gladstone KFC unlikely to serve alcohol
GLADSTONE KFC is looking unlikely to follow in the footsteps of its sister store in Parramatta and apply for a liquor licence.
The Sydney store has applied for a liquor licence in a trial move to see if the multinational chain can keep up with new fast-food franchises offering diners beer and cider along with their food.
Gladstone manager Sev Ante said he hadn't heard anything on the matter.
He said he wasn't a fan of alcoholic drinks.
Two Canadian KFC stores trialled alcohol sales last year under a rebranded "more hipster" banner which offered mango rice salads along with the age-old quarter chicken and chips.
The Sydney store will open under the name KFC Urban this year.