There's a lot of top contenders for best restaurant joint in America, and while some people will call on Subway, or McDonald's, a lot of foodies stand by the young, yet classic establishment, Chick-fil-A.
You might only know them for their tasty chicken combos, so here's 7 fast food facts about the awesome eatery!
Chick-fil-A only got it's name in 1961, but before that it was a little place called "The Dwarf Grill" in Georgia!
First Of It's Kind
It's no yolk, founder S. Truett Cathy really did invent the chicken sandwich, when he realized that he could fry a chicken breast in the same time that it would take to grill a hamburger.
If you've ever ordered somehting at one of their locations, you might have been surprised when you didn't hear a customary "You're Welcome." That's because they've been trained to say "My Pleasure" instead!
Chicken On Sundays?
As a Christian-owned company, Chick-fil-A is closed on Sundays to give their employees the opportunity to go to church. However, they have been known to open their doors on the day of rest for first-responders during disaster scenarios.
But what about their wacky marketing antics?
The Cows Come Home
They don't sugarcoat their favoritism at Chick-fil-A, and their hilarious marketing campaigns highlight the humor in a barnyard rivalry. The now-famous billboard went up over 20 years ago, but they may be changing up their mascots in the near future!
They Can Throw A Party
Do you love Chick-fil-A? Do you love a party? Do you love free food? If you said yes, then why not attend an opening of a new Chick-fil-A franchise? They give out a years worth of Chick-fil-A to the first 100 customers in line!
"A" Secret Meaning
There's more to the franchises name than a clever pun on 'chicken filet.' The capital "A" at the end is actually a reference to the top quality that the restaurant adheres to!