It’s a sweet summertime dilemma: You’ve been tasked to make dessert for the next potluck barbecue, but you don’t want to bring the same-old. Why not try something new and refreshing that kids and adults will like? Cue the slushy. Slushies date back to the 1950s when a soda fountain broke down in a popular Kansas ice cream shop. The shop owner was forced to put his sodas in the freezer to stay cool, and the icy beverages became what we know now as slushies.
You can just feel it — summertime is in the air. School is wrapping up, and the days are getting longer. Warmer weather also means it’s time to enjoy cool treats, like our new Watermelon Mint Lemonade. It combines a Chick-fil-A favorite, our Fresh-Squeezed Lemonade, with a summertime favorite: watermelon (and mint flavor for an extra twist)! But sipping this beverage out of a straw isn’t the only way to savor this seasonal treat.
Chick-fil-A is embracing the flavors of summertime with two new backyard barbecue-inspired menu items available for a limited time. From May 22 until August 19, customers can order a new Smokehouse BBQ Bacon Sandwich and Watermelon Mint Lemonade in restaurants nationwide.
The buzz around New York City’s Grand Central Terminal is electric. Every day, the terminal sees more than 750,000 visitors pass through its halls, second only to Times Square station. Since 1913, Grand Central has been a Midtown landmark known for its remarkable architecture, signature clock and its many connecting lines shuttling commuters into and out of the city.
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A high school drill team from Texas performed an ode to Chick-fil-A in a video that’s gone viral, with millions watching their hilarious dance – and very clever costumes.
The laws of mathematics state that 1+1=2. And while we know that is true, when it comes to Chick-fil-A frosted beverages, 1 Icedream + 1 beverage = perfection! We’re not saying that it took a stroke of genius to combine some of our favorite beverages with Chick-fil-A Icedream, but the results are truly delicious.