Chick-fil-A Secret Menu
Chick-fil-A Secret Menu
This is a list of secret Chick-fil-A menu items. There's a reason why some of these Chick-fil-A secret menu items are even more popular than regular Chick-fil-A orders -- it makes you feel like part of an exclusive club. What kind of items are on the Chick-fil-A secret menu, you ask? The items on the Chick-fil-A secret menu list are eagerly sought after, they are something only the people "in the know" can get. Well, now everybody has the chance to join that special club of people. So, what's on the secret menu at Chick-fil-A?
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Complete List of Chick-fil-A Secret Menu Items
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The chain’s origin can be traced to the Dwarf Grill (now the Dwarf House), a restaurant opened by S. Truett Cathy, the chain’s current Chairman and CEO, in 1946. The restaurant is located in Hapeville, Georgia, a suburb of Atlanta, and is near the location of the now-demolished Ford Motor Company Atlanta Assembly Plant, for many years a source of many of the restaurant’s patrons. In 1961, after 15 years in the fast food business, Cathy found a pressure-fryer that could cook the chicken sandwich in the same amount of time it took to cook a fast-food hamburger. Following this discovery, he registered the name Chick-fil-A, Inc. The company’s current trademarked slogan, "We Didn’t Invent the Chicken, Just the Chicken Sandwich," refers to their flagship menu-item, the Chick-fil-A chicken sandwich. The first Chick-fil-A opened in 1967 in the food court of the Greenbriar Mall, in a suburb of Atlanta.
As of November 2012, Chick-fil-A has 1,679 restaurants in 38 U.S. states and the District of Columbia, and is focusing future growth in the American Midwest and Southern California. The corporation’s culture is heavily influenced by its founder’s evangelical Christian beliefs.
Chick-Fil-A serves up a variety of chicken sandwiches and chicken entrees.