Chick-fil-A has chosen Nashville as one of the cities to put their new prototype restaurant in.  

The restaurant giant says the new restaurants in Nashville and Louisville will not have their signature dining rooms or drive-thru windows but will focus on catering and delivery.  

Chick-fil-A says the prototype restaurants will be 5,800 square-feet and 4,200 square-feet will be kitchen space.  

According to a release, the restaurant will be on Church Street because of its central location. The location has easy access to interstates for deliveries to multiple locations including downtown Nashville, General Hospital and Saint Thomas.  

Chick-fil-A said customers will still be able to order a single order by walking up to the counter inside the restaurant or through DoorDash delivery. Catering orders can also be delivered or pick up at the restaurant.  

The new location, however, will not accept cash. Only debit/credit cards will be accepted, making the Chick-fil-A app the most convenient way to order.  

The restaurant is expected to open on Oct. 17.