New York City has it all: theatre, museums, shopping – and in early 2018 four Chick-fil-As. Just two years ago, Chick-fil-A opened its first restaurant in NYC, and now the “Eat Mor Chikin” Cows are putting on their suspenders, polishing their hooves and heading downtown as Chick-fil-A prepares to open its largest restaurant ever in Lower Manhattan.
On most Wednesdays, a dozen moms and twice as many small children meet at the Chick-fil-A Bloomingdale in suburban Chicago around 10:45 a.m. The moms place their orders at the counter while the kids fidget with excitement at their seats. They want to run to the play area immediately, but they know they have to eat their lunch first. For the next couple of hours, the dining room is buzzing with activity. The kids bounce between their seats and the play area while the moms sit around the dining room’s large family-style table and catch up.
What’s even better than enjoying a warm Chick-fil-A meal? Being able to share it with others. No matter which holiday you’re celebrating this season, let us help you take the guesswork out of your gift selection. Chick-fil-A gift cards come in a wide variety of styles for friends and family, young and old, and will be sure to delight anyone on your list.
It started as a side project. Once a week, husband and wife Jim and Melinda Hollandsworth stopped by a mobile home park in Loganville, Ga., to help local kids with their homework. Here in Gwinnett Estates, a predominantly Hispanic neighborhood, very few students were graduating high school — creating a cycle of poverty for the families who called this community home.
The New Year’s countdown is on: The Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl will kick off again on January 1 in Atlanta. And the along with ringing in the New Year, the Bowl is also celebrating an important milestone – 50 years in the making.