Most Chick-fil-A fans have their go-to orders, but what about those on the other side of the counter? We asked a few Los Angeles and Atlanta restaurant Team Members to share their top menu picks, as well as some insider tips for you to try on your next Chick-fil-A visit!
It all started with sliced fruit. In 2004, Chick-fil-A added a new side item to its menu: a fruit cup, chock full of freshly cut apples, mandarin oranges, and strawberries.
When Quincy Springs opened his new Chick-fil-A restaurant in Atlanta’s Vine City neighborhood, the milestone was about much more than selling chicken.
As the saying goes, a little kindness goes a long way. It’s easy to get caught up in our own lives and forget that the simplest gesture could change someone else’s day.
Next month, the third locally-owned and operated Chick-fil-A restaurant will open in Midtown Manhattan. The restaurant, located across from Grand Central Station at the corner of East 42nd Street and Madison Avenue, will open on Thursday, March 1 and will employ more than 200 team members under the leadership of local franchise owner Ellie Kim. Kim will celebrate the opening by hosting Chick-fil-A’s signature First 100 campout in the Bank of America Winter Village at Bryant Park.