Chick-fil-A Roosts Again In NYC
Five months after debuting in Manhattan with its largest restaurant in the country, Chick-fil-A has opened a second location in the heart of Midtown. The restaurant is engineered for New York’s tight spaces and serves busy on-the-go customers in under 8 minutes in a space measuring just 23 feet wide. There are plans to open several other locations in Manhattan and the surrounding boroughs in the next two years. Chick-fil-A has one store in Long Island, and will open two more there, in Hicksville and Commack, later this year. The 70-year-old chain has more than 2,000 restaurants in 43 states and Washington, D.C.