With the college football playoffs right around the corner, fans know that each Saturday is more sacred than the last. While divided by their dedication to the SEC, ACC, Big 10, Big 12 or Pac-12, one thing all college football devotees have in common: school spirit.
It’s the dilemma most of us face each day, either when the alarm goes off or later, when the hunger of an impending lunch hour kicks in: we need to eat. And for many bustling through a busy schedule, so begins the search for a meal on-the-go.
If the weather has you convinced Pennsylvania’s famous, season-predicting rodent got it wrong and spring is—at a minimum—six, long frightful weeks away, fear not! Restaurants across the country are serving piping hot Chicken Tortilla Soup until March 12th. With a creamy blend of navy, northern and black beans, mixed vegetables, and spices combined with shredded chicken and tortilla strips, you might find yourself singing, “Let it Snow.”
Sometimes you don’t know a good thing until it’s gone. At least that’s how some Chick-fil-A customers felt when the Spicy Chicken Biscuit rolled off the menu in 2016 to make way for new offerings, like the creamy Frosted Coffee and the Egg White Grill breakfast sandwich.
Sunday: It’s a day to relax and unwind. And at Chick-fil-A, it’s a day for our restaurant team members to take off and spend time with their friends and family. But for you, it’s inevitably that day of the week when you crave Chick-fil-A the most.
For a few nights every year, all over the country, something special happens at Chick-fil-A restaurants. Little girls wearing their prettiest outfits walk into dining rooms filled with flowers, holding the hands of one very special guy: daddy.
More than 5,000 Chick-fil-A® restaurant franchise owners, home office employees and their spouses packed a record-breaking one million meals for food-insecure children while gathered at the company’s annual conference in Dallas on Tuesday, Feb. 14.
We know you love Chick-fil-A. And guess what? The feeling is mutual. Turns out there’s so much love around here that hearts are popping up all over Chick-fil-A restaurants. Waffle fries that look like heart emojis: Coincidence? We think not. Sandwiches that say “I Love You”? Consider that a Valentine’s Day card from us.