Now that’s dining done right.
The largest ever Chick-fil-A is now open for business and it’s right here in New York City, Eater reports.
The brand-new, 12,000-square-foot location is in the Financial District on Fulton Street between Nassau Street and Broadway. It has five floors and includes a rooftop terrace that includes a breathtaking view of One World Trade Center.
And if that isn’t enough to tease your taste buds, the new spot has 140 seats, two kitchens, and a semi-private dining area, Eater reports.
The new location is the fifth to open in New York City. It’s open Monday through Saturday from 6:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. All branches of the restaurant chain, owned by a devout Southern Baptis family, are never open on Sundays.
A report last year determined that New York, New Jersey and Connecticut all had the same favorite fast-food chain: Chick-fil-A.