Leafy greens, meat, seeds and nuts are all foods that cavemen used to eat. Back in the day this food was hunted and gathered by our ancestors. While the methods have changed – most people now gather their food from the local grocery store or farmers’ market -- the eating trend has made a comeback. But what about those times when life gets busy and you are dining in a hurry?
As the saying goes, “You are what you wear,” and that sentiment is particularly close to David Rissier’s heart. That’s because Rissier’s job is to ensure more than 120,000 people feel confident and comfortable as they serve…you guessed it: chicken.
Anyone can give a dozen red roses for Valentine’s Day. Candy hearts? So last year. If you’re looking for something extra special for that special someone in your life, swing by a participating Chick-fil-A to pick up a 30-count Chick-fil-A Nuggets or 10-count Chick-n-Minis in a heart-shaped Container.
First comes baby, then comes exhaustion. That’s right, bringing home a newborn is one of the most special times in any parent’s life. It’s also likely be the time when you forget where your phone is… when it’s in your hand.
“Why do you have a Chick-fil-A that’s closed on Sundays in a professional football stadium?” That’s the question customers around the country asked when news broke that Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta would have a Chick-fil-A outpost. It’s a reasonable question to ask, after all, because most professional football games are played on Sundays.
“If I could describe New York City in one word, it would be ‘home.’” Ellie Kim spoke those words with an unmistakable, resounding passion. Having spent 11 years in Washington, D.C., Kim couldn’t be happier to finally return to the city and open the newest Chick-fil-A restaurant at 42nd Street and Madison Avenue, a stone’s throw from Grand Central Station.