Atlanta high school teacher Carrie Dean gratefully receives plenty of gifts from her students during Teacher Appreciation Day and, more informally, Teacher Appreciation Week. But one of her favorites came in the form of a single sheet of paper that arrived in the mail.
On Thursday, March 29, the first Chick-fil-A restaurant in Lower Manhattan opens in the heart of the Financial District. Located at 144 Fulton Street between Broadway and Nassau, the restaurant was designed to serve the downtown community and a variety of guests’ needs.
Chick-fil-A Operator Luke Cook and the team at Chick-fil-A Fulton Street are excited to serve customers in Lower Manhattan when the restaurant opens on Thursday, March 29. As part of the grand opening celebration, residents of New York City are invited to participate in the First 100 Scavenger Hunt on Wednesday, March 28.
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.
Chick-fil-A Operator Ellie Kim and the team at Chick-fil-A at 42nd & Madison are excited to serve customers when the restaurant opens on March 1. As a part of the grand opening celebration, residents of New York City are invited to participate in Chick-fil-A’s signature First 100 Campout from 6 p.m. on Feb. 28 to 6 a.m. on March 1 in the Bank of America Winter Village at Bryant Park.
As the saying goes, “You are what you wear,” and that sentiment is particularly close to David Rissier’s heart. That’s because Rissier’s job is to ensure more than 120,000 people feel confident and comfortable as they serve…you guessed it: chicken.