Chick-fil-A opening NYC outpost in national push

At 6 p.m., a drawing will select who the “First 100” will be – those lucky 100 will get to dine on Chick-fil-A’s dollar for a year. But a few brand fans have been nervous about the company’s plans to open in equally liberal New York just a couple of years after nationwide controversy over the founding family’s embrace of traditional values, which notably included opposition to gay marriage.


To celebrate the opening of its new Manhattan location, Chick-Fil-A has announced that it will be giving 100 people free food for a year. With each opening, people line up. Edelman also represented Chick-fil-A in its relocation to Boardman-Poland Road in Boardman, Ohio. Click on the links below to learn all of the details and rules, see photos, and find upcoming Grand Openings.

Chick-fil-A is coming to the southeast corner of Colerain Avenue and Mall Drive in Colerain Township, Ohio. Pro-LGBT forces and Chick-fil-A CEO Dan Cathy have since found a few common ground.


New Yorkers who are willing to courageous Hurricane Joaquin (it’s supposed to rain) on Saturday have the chance of receiving the best gift ever from Chick-fil-A. On October 7, a franchised location will open in Port Jefferson on Long Island. The three-story, 5,000-square-foot restaurant will create 180 new full- and part-time jobs. “I love their chicken sandwich!” exclaimed Tyson Murphy, 32, a publicist who described himself as a “Chick-fil-A gay”. The Chick-Fil-A website has a complete listing of eligible zip codes.

Chick-fil-A Will Give 100 Humiliated New Yorkers Free Food for a Year