Days after Hurricane Harvey made landfall and the waters began rising around Houston, Jeffrey Urban drove to the Chick-fil-A in Houston, Tex. As the General Manager - and the only one who could access the building - he wanted to check on the restaurant that had been closed due to the floods.
It’s Thursday morning at a Chick-fil-A restaurant outside of Dallas, and a familiar group is settling in to their usual seats, ready for the shouting of letters and numbers that’s about to fill the air for the next hour. “I-24. I-two-four.”
Summer is here, and it’s time to light the grill. No matter what you’ve chosen to char, selecting the perfect sauce is key to barbeque success. From Texas to the Carolinas, different variations of sauce define each region. Battle lines are drawn between smokehouses serving sweet with heat, or sharp and spicy.
Christopher Cataldo suffers from a chronic illness that compromises his immune system and severely limits his diet. His world consists of only seven foods – almost all of them fruits and vegetables. One of the few treats that the 6-year-old can enjoy are Chick-fil-A Waffle Fries. Unfortunately, his condition keeps him from eating inside the restaurant, so his family takes him to the drive-thru of his local Houston Chick-fil-A, sometimes once or twice a day.
Chick-fil-A restaurants have seen their share of homecoming proposals and promposals, but Chick-fil-A of South Mopac in Austin, Texas, recently played host to something even more special: a marriage proposal. During dinner on March 27, Nick Stanford dropped to one knee to ask for Sarah Lloyd’s hand in marriage. She said yes, and the two will start a new chapter in a relationship that began when they were just three years old.