O’Charley’s Inc. announced that the O’Charley’s located at 364 Fountainview Circle in Alcoa was completely refurbished under the company’s Project RevO’lution rebranding program, implemented to significantly upgrade its restaurants with both physical and operational enhancements designed to improve the guest experience. The Alcoa O’Charley’s celebrated its grand reopening on Wednesday, June 4.
Project RevO’lution construction crews worked at night from May 4 through June 4. During the month-long RevO’lution rebranding, O’Charley’s raised funds for the Alcoa City School District by collecting a percentage of all dessert sales during that time. A check for $1,000 was presented to the Assistant Director of Schools John Campbell and Board of Education Chairman Mickey McClurg at the restaurant’s grand re-opening “ribbon-carving” ceremony, featuring an oversized, ceremonial steak knife.
Project RevO’lution aims to update the interior and exterior design of the restaurant, new plateware and uniforms, and enhance service initiatives. The restaurant interior features new booths, new lighting and décor, improved design layout and a new color scheme. The exterior of the revitalized restaurant features new signage, lighting and updated awnings.
“Our Project RevO’lution program has generated great guest response, not only for the inviting new decor, but also for our renewed focus on providing the ideal guest experience,” said Jeff Warne, O’Charley’s concept president. “Our new Curbside To-Go take-out meal service has been particularly popular with our guests, who appreciate the added convenience of having their meal delivered to their car.”
O’Charley’s is open from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., Monday through Thursday, 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday.