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What boy doesn't dream of putting on some tights and taking his mother on a medieval-themed date in public? Enough men and boys do, apparently, for Chick-fil-A to be hosting a medieval-themed, mother-son date night.

Local Chick-fil-A operators have listed their plans for the "Date Knight" on the event website, which has the questionable domain name of MotherSonDate.com. One could be forgiven for assuming this was a joke, or even a promotion for the return of Arrested Development on Netflix, because it seems like just the sort of thing Lucille and Buster might be up for if they wanted a snack after this year's Motherboy dance. But ARL Now reports that "Date Knight" will occur May 6 from 4:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at 51 Washington, D.C.-area Chick-fil-A units.

"We understand the importance of mother-son relationships and want to encourage area moms to come to Chick-fil-A, enjoy their son’s company over a meal and have fun!" Chick-fil-A franchisee Erik Amick said to ARLnow.com.

The food will not be free, but the special "Date Knight" activities will come at no cost. Well, no financial cost.

"During this special medieval-themed evening, moms and their sons are encouraged to spend some time together while they enjoy dinner, great conversation and several special activities," the company said in a press release. "Every Mother-Son pair will also receive a place mat with fun questions and topics to get the conversation started, and a take-home booklet that provides ideas for future dates and questions that both moms and their sons can ask each other."

Interested mother-son pairs can make reservations online.


Chick-fil-A Hosting Mother-Son "Date Knight"

The is hosting a special "Date Knight" for mothers and sons on Saturday, April 28 from 4:30 to 8:30 p.m.

"The Mother-Son Date Knight exemplifies Chick-fil-A's commitment to helping strengthen relationships between mothers and sons," the company said in a press release.

There will be several medieval-themed activities, which are free, and every Mother-Son pair will also receive a tray liner with questions and topics to get the conversation started, according to the release. A take-home booklet provides ideas for future dates and questions that both moms and their sons can ask each other.

"One of Chick-fil-A's goals is to promote community connections and enrich the lives of everyone we come in contact with," said Robin Lomax, Chick-fil-A area marketing director. "We understand the importance of mother-son relationships and want to encourage local moms to come to Chick-fil-A, enjoy their son's company over a meal and have fun!"


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The chain's origin can be traced to the Dwarf Grill (now the Dwarf House), a restaurant opened by S. Truett Cathy, the chain's former chairman and CEO, in 1946. The restaurant is located in Hapeville, Georgia, a suburb of Atlanta, [13] and is near the location of the now-demolished Ford Motor Company Atlanta Assembly Plant, for many years a source of many of the restaurant's patrons.

In 1961, after 15 years in the fast food business, Cathy found a pressure-fryer that could cook the chicken sandwich in the same amount of time it took to cook a fast-food hamburger. [14] Following this discovery, he registered the name Chick-fil-A, Inc. The company's trademarked slogan, "We Didn't Invent the Chicken, Just the Chicken Sandwich," [15] refers to their flagship menu item, the Chick-fil-A chicken sandwich.

The first Chick-fil-A opened in 1967, in the food court of the Greenbriar Mall, in a suburb of Atlanta. [13]

Since 1997, the Atlanta-based company has been the title sponsor of the Peach Bowl, an annual college football bowl game played in Atlanta on New Year's Eve. Chick-fil-A also is a key sponsor of the SEC and the ACC of college athletics. [16]

During the 1970s and early 1980s, the chain expanded by opening new locations in suburban malls' food courts. [17] The first freestanding location was opened April 16, 1986, on North Druid Hills Road in Atlanta, Georgia, [18] and the company began to focus more on this stand-alone type unit rather than on the food court type. Although it has expanded outward from its original geographic base, most new restaurants are located in Southern suburban areas. [13]

Before the "Eat mor Chikin" cows, who debuted in 1995, the chicken that is still featured in the chain's logo was Chick-Fil-A's mascot. The name of the mascot is Doodles. [19]

In 2008, Chick-fil-A became the first fast-food restaurant to become completely trans-fat free. [20]

In October 2015, the company opened a three-story 5,000 square feet (460 m 2 ) restaurant in Manhattan that became the largest free-standing Chick-fil-A in the country at that time. [21] [22]

On December 17, 2017, Chick-fil-A broke their tradition and opened on a Sunday to prepare meals for passengers left stranded during the power outage at Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, [25] and on January 13, 2019, a Chick-fil-A franchise in Mobile, Alabama opened on Sunday to honor a birthday wish of a 14-year-old boy with cerebral palsy and autism. [26]

Chick-fil-A's business strategy involves a focus on a small menu and on good customer service. [27] While other fast food chains often expand their menu offerings to attempt to attract new customers, Chick-fil-A's business model is to remain focused on chicken sandwiches. [27] The name capital A is meant to indicate that their chicken is "grade A top quality". [28] In addition, an emphasis on customer service has allowed Chick-fil-A to consistently lead the fast food industry in customer satisfaction. [29] [30] These factors are seen as the reason for Chick-fil-A's growth and expansion in the United States. [27] [29]

Chick-fil-A retains ownership of each restaurant. Chick-fil-A selects the restaurant location and builds it. [31] Chick-fil-A franchisees need only a $10,000 initial investment to become an operator. [32] Each operator is handpicked and goes through a rigorous training program the interviews plus training can take months and is not an easy process. Chick-fil-A states on their site:

"This is not the right opportunity for you if you:

  • Are seeking a passive investment in a business.
  • Want to sell property to Chick-fil-A, Inc.
  • Are requesting that Chick-fil-A, Inc. build at a specified location.
  • Are seeking multi-unit franchise opportunities." [33]

Chick-fil-A grossed an average of $4.8 million per restaurant in 2016, despite opening only 6 days a week. (Whataburger was second with $2.7 million per restaurant). [34]

S. Truett Cathy was a devout Southern Baptist his religious beliefs had a major impact on the company. [35] The company's official statement of corporate purpose says that the business exists "To glorify God by being a faithful steward of all that is entrusted to us. To have a positive influence on all who come in contact with Chick-fil-A." [36] Cathy opposed the company becoming public for religious and personal reasons. [37]

Their website states, "The Chick-fil-A culture and service tradition in our Restaurants is to treat every person with honor, dignity and respect –regardless of their belief, race, creed, sexual orientation or gender." [38]

Sunday closure

The founder's beliefs are responsible for the chain's most well-known and distinctive feature: in accordance with the Christian doctrine of first-day Sabbatarianism, all Chick-fil-A locations (both corporate owned and franchised) are closed on Sundays, [8] [39] as well as on Thanksgiving and Christmas. [40] Cathy states as the final step in his Five-Step recipe for Business Success "I was not so committed to financial success that I was willing to abandon my principles and priorities. One of the most visible examples of this is our decision to close on Sunday. Our decision to close on Sunday was our way of honoring God and of directing our attention to things that mattered more than our business." [41]

In an interview with ABC News's Nightline, Truett's son Dan T. Cathy told reporter Vicki Mabrey that the company is also closed on Sundays because "by the time Sunday came, he was just worn out. And Sunday was not a big trading day, anyway, at the time. So he was closed that first Sunday and we've been closed ever since. He figured if he didn't like working on Sundays, that other people didn't either." The younger Cathy also quoted his father as saying, "I don't want to ask people to do that what I am not willing to do myself." [42]

Chick-fil-A's Sunday closures extend to non-traditional locations. In addition to countless shopping malls and airports, a Chick-fil-A location at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta is closed on Sundays despite the fact that its main tenant, the Atlanta Falcons, plays most of their home games on Sundays. The location is open when the Falcons have a Monday night, Thursday night or Saturday home game, as well as non-Sunday home games of Atlanta United FC and other events at the stadium. The Chick-fil-A remained closed for Super Bowl LIII. On Sundays, the digital signs are flipped and concessionaire Levy Restaurants sells nonbranded food and drinks at the location. [43]

Lenten observance

To honour the Western Christian liturgical season of Lent, Chick-fil-A promotes fish sandwiches in respect of the fact that this part of the Church Year is associated with the Friday Fast, with many practicing Christian vegetarianism throughout all the forty days of Lent. [10] [11]

Plan to raise its chickens without antibiotics

According to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), antibiotics used in livestock, many of which are also used to treat humans, have contributed to the rise of dangerous bacteria. In December 2012, the FDA announced plans to phase out certain antibiotics in the food production industry. [44]

In February 2014, Chick-fil-A announced plans to serve chicken raised without antibiotics in its restaurants nationwide within five years. Chick-fil-A is the first quick service restaurant to set forth a plan and commit to serving only poultry raised without antibiotics. [45]

Recipe changes

In 2011, food blogger and activist Vani Hari wrote a post titled "Chick-fil-A or Chemical Fil-A?" on her website, FoodBabe.com. She asserted that Chick-fil-A sandwiches contained nearly 100 ingredients, including peanut oil with TBHQ. [46] In October 2012, Chick-fil-A invited Hari to meet with company executives at its Atlanta, GA, headquarters. [47] In December 2013, Chick-fil-A notified Hari that it had eliminated the dye Yellow No. 5 and had reduced the sodium content in its chicken soup. The company also said that it is testing a peanut oil that does not contain TBHQ and that it would start testing sauces and dressings made without high-fructose corn syrup in 2014. [47]

Canada

In September 1994, Chick-fil-A opened its first location outside of the United States inside a student center food court at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. [48] This location did not perform very well and was closed within two or three years. The company returned to the province of Alberta by opening an outlet at the Calgary International Airport in Calgary in May 2014. [49] [50] This restaurant closed in 2019. [51] [52]

In July 2018, Chick-fil-A announced plans to expand within Canada by opening a new restaurant in Toronto, Ontario, in 2019. [53] That location opened on September 6, 2019 in the Yonge and Bloor Street area with protesters criticizing the violation of animal rights and the company's "history of supporting anti-LGBTQ causes". [54] Chick-fil-A announced that it would open two other locations in Toronto during 2019, and 12 additional stores in the Greater Toronto Area over the subsequent five years. [55] Chick-fil-A opened its second Toronto location in Yorkdale Shopping Centre.

South Africa

In August 1996, Chick-fil-A opened its first location outside of North America by building a restaurant in Durban, South Africa. [56] A second location was opened in Johannesburg in November 1997. [57] Since none of the South African locations were profitable, all of these locations were closed in 2001. [58]

United Kingdom

A Chick-fil-A operated in Edinburgh during Spring 2018. [59] On October 10, 2019, Chick-fil-A returned to Europe, with the opening of a store at The Oracle shopping centre in Reading, UK. [60] The store closed in March 2020 after The Oracle opted not to continue the lease of the location beyond the six-month pilot period in the face of continued protests over the chain's anti-LGBTQ stance. [61]

In February 2019 Chick-fil-A opened a store on a 12-month pilot scheme in Aviemore, Scotland. The Store was closed in January 2020 amidst protest and controversy from locals and customers regarding the chain's former donations to charities supporting anti-LGBT rights causes. [62]

On November 2020, it was announced the company would open a new location in Puerto Rico. [63]

"Eat Mor Chikin" is the chain's most prominent advertising slogan, created by The Richards Group in 1995. [7] The slogan is often seen in advertisements, featuring Holstein dairy cows [64] that are often seen wearing (or holding) signs that (usually) read: "Eat Mor Chikin" in all capital letters. The ad campaign was temporarily halted on January 1, 2004 during a mad cow disease scare, so as not to make the chain seem insensitive or appear to be taking advantage of the scare to increase its sales. Two months later, the cows were put up again. The cows replaced the chain's old mascot, Doodles, an anthropomorphized chicken who still appears as the C on the logo. [65]

Chick-fil-A vigorously protects its intellectual property, sending cease and desist letters to those they think have infringed on their trademarks. [66] The corporation has successfully protested at least 30 instances of the use of an "eat more" phrase, saying that the use would cause confusion of the public, dilute the distinctiveness of their intellectual property, and diminish its value. [67]

A 2011 letter to Vermont artist Bo Muller-Moore who screen prints T-shirts reading: "Eat More Kale" demanded that he cease printing the shirts and turn over his website. [68] The incident drew criticism from Vermont governor Peter Shumlin, and created backlash against what he termed Chick-fil-A's "corporate bullying." [69] On December 11, 2014, Bo Muller-Moore announced that the U.S. Patent Office granted his application to trademark his "Eat More Kale" phrase. A formal announcement of his victory took place on December 12, 2014, with Shumlin and other supporters on the Statehouse steps. His public fight drew regional and national attention, the support of Shumlin, and a team of pro-bono law students from the University of New Hampshire legal clinic. [70]

After 22 years with The Richards Group, Chick-fil-A switched to McCann New York in 2016. Along with the cows, ads included famous people in history in a campaign called "Chicken for Breakfast. It's not as crazy as you think." [71]

In June and July 2012, Chick-fil-A's chief operating officer Dan T. Cathy made several public statements about same-sex marriage, saying that those who "have the audacity to define what marriage is about" were "inviting God's judgment on our nation". [75] Several prominent politicians expressed disapproval. [76] Boston Mayor Thomas Menino and Chicago Alderman Proco "Joe" Moreno said they hoped to block franchise expansion into their areas. [77] The proposed bans drew criticism from liberal pundits, legal experts, and the American Civil Liberties Union. [78] The Jim Henson Company, which had a Pajanimals kids' meal toy licensing arrangement with Chick-fil-A, said it would cease its business relationship, and donate the payment to the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation. [79] Chick-fil-A stopped distributing the toys, claiming that unrelated safety concerns had arisen prior to the controversy. [80] Chick-fil-A released a statement on July 31, 2012, saying, "We are a restaurant company focused on food, service, and hospitality our intent is to leave the policy debate over same-sex marriage to the government and political arena." [81]

In response to the controversy, former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee initiated a Chick-fil-A Appreciation Day movement to counter a boycott of Chick-fil-A launched by same-sex marriage activists. [82] [83] [84] The United States Federal Aviation Administration also responded to two cities that were preventing Chick-fil-A from opening in their international airport, citing "Federal requirements prohibit airport operators from excluding persons on the basis of religious creed from participating in airport activities that receive or benefit from FAA grant funding." [85]

In April 2018, Chick-fil-A reportedly continued to donate to the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, which opposes gay marriage. [7] [86] [87] In a November 18, 2019 interview, Chick-fil-A president Tim Tassopoulos said the company would stop donating to The Salvation Army and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. [88] [89]

Hapeville Dwarf House

Truett Cathy opened his first restaurant, The Dwarf Grill – later renamed the Dwarf House – in Hapeville, Georgia, in 1946, and developed the pressure-cooked chicken breast sandwich there. [13] At the original Chick-fil-A Dwarf Grill, in addition to the full-size entrances, there is also an extra small-sized front door. [90] The original Dwarf House in Hapeville, Georgia is open 24 hours a day, six days a week, except on Sundays, Thanksgiving, and Christmas. The store closes at 10:00 p.m. on Saturday nights, and the day before Thanksgiving and Christmas and reopens at 6 a.m. on Monday mornings and the day after Thanksgiving and Christmas. It has a larger dine-in menu than the other Dwarf House locations as well as an animated seven dwarfs display in the back of the restaurant. [90] It was across the street from the former Ford Motor Company factory called Atlanta Assembly.

Dwarf House

Truett's original, full-service restaurants offer a substantial menu and provide customers a choice of table service, walk-up counter service or a drive-thru window. As of 2012 [update] , 6 Chick-fil-A Dwarf House restaurants were operating in the metro Atlanta area. [13]

Truett's Grill

In 1996, the first Truett's Grill was opened in Morrow, Georgia. The second location opened in 2003 in McDonough, Georgia, and a third location opened in 2006 in Griffin, Georgia. [91] Similar to the Chick-fil-A Dwarf Houses, these independently owned restaurants offer traditional, sit-down dining and expanded menu selections in a diner-themed dinner. [92] [93] [94] In 2017, Chick-fil-A demolished several Dwarf House locations to replace them with Truett's Grill locations. [95] [96]

Truett's Chik-fil-A

Truett's Chik-fil-A is designed in honor of founder S. Truett Cathy. The restaurant is decorated with family photos and favorite quotes of the restaurant founder. The restaursnt offers drive-thru, counter and sit down service. The restaurant offers breakfast, lunch and dinner. There are three locations including Newman, Rome and Stockbridge Georgia.

Truett's Luau

Truett Cathy visited Hawaii and loved the experience so much he wanted to bring the Hawaii to Fayetteville Georgia. At the age of 92 he opened Truett's Luau in 2013. The menu includes island favorites with a southern spin. The restaurant offers sit down, counter and drive-thru service.

Chick-fil-a Dwarf House entrance, Griffin, Spalding County, Georgia

Truett's Grill, 1455 N Express Way, Griffin, Spalding County, Georgia

Chick-fil-a Dwarf House, Griffin, Spalding County, Georgia

Based on data from 2018, the most popular (most ordered) item was the waffle fries followed by soft drinks, chicken nuggets, and the original chicken sandwich. [97] These items should be available at every franchise location with some locations offering the full menu or close to the full menu. The full list of menu items and nutrition information can be found on Chick-fil-A's website. [98]


Chick-fil-a Daddy Daughter Date Night, Phoenix

Admission is free to this event, but does not include the cost of food.  You should make a reservation as it fills quickly.  The times are:  4:30 pm, 5:30 pm and 6:30 pm.  It’s a great way to take a break from the rush of the holiday season that is now coming upon us!

My son and I attended the Mother-Son event a few years ago and it was a neat treat for us.  They decorated the tables set aside for the event, had special gift items for the moms and sons, raffles, entertainment, and, of course, the cow came to visit!

If you are looking for a way for your daughter and her dad to spend time together, this is a great event.  It’s another way to connect to your child and to have the special man in their life be there with them.  It doesn’t matter how young or old the child is, it’s a great event.  We saw an elderly mom with her 3o something son and they seemed to be enjoying themselves.  Bon apetit!


Copycat Chick-fil-A Nuggets

I have always been somewhat of a late adopter in almost all aspects of life. I was one of the last people on earth to start wearing converse “chucks”. Or make the switch to skinny jeans. I was also very late on the iPhone adoption. And now I’m one of the last people to finally try Chick-fil-A.

The funny thing is, we didn’t even mean to go there. I was craving pancakes so we made our way to a popular waffle house just to find out that there was a 30-min wait on a Tuesday afternoon. So we drove back to our house and on the way home, we passed a Chick-Fil-A when Jason looked at me and said, “It’s time. We have to try this place at some point.”

So we pull up to the drive-thru and ordered 2 chicken sandwiches, chicken nuggets and all of their dipping sauces. And boy, was I in for a treat. It was ah-mazing. All of it. The sandwich. The nuggets. Oh, the nuggets. We almost went back because there wasn’t enough nuggets to go around!

But as amazing as that was, I couldn’t help but recreate this at home. I was a bit skeptical because I was unsure if the homemade version could actually top the original but surely enough, it tasted a million times better. Not to mention the epic homemade honey mustard sauce. I’m not even a mustard fan but this – this I could slurp, drink, and gulp down in my sleep. And once you dip those crisp nuggets, you’ll never want to go to Chick-fil-A again!


Chick-fil-A: Daddy-Daughter Date Night 2021

UPDATE: We are sold out of kits! We apologize for the inconvenience.

It’s that time of year again! Mark your calendars for Wednesday, March 3rd for our annual Daddy-Daughter Date Night.

Due to COVID-19, our dining room remains closed to our guests so we will NOT be hosting an in-store event. This year we will be providing an at home experience through our Daddy Daughter Date Night Take-Home Kits ! Treat your little girl to a special day she won't forget, so rsvp to pick up a kit and have a fun time together at home.

Please RSVP by February 26th.

What is Daddy-Daughter Date Night?

Daddy-Daughter Date Night is a special event for dads and daughters to spend quality time together to make lasting memories at Chick-fil-A. All Dads, Grandfathers, Uncles, Brothers and their Daughters, Granddaughters, Nieces, and Sisters of any age are welcome to RSVP for a take-home kit.

How much does a Daddy-Daughter Date Night take-home kit cost?

Our Take Home-Kit is free to reserve and will include everything you need to create a memorable night together such as a craft, activity sheet, placemats, disposable dinnerware, and more!

If you would like to order food with your take-home kit, please order and pay on the Chick-fil-A app.

I don't have the Chick-fil-A app. Can I still RSVP for a kit?

Yes! You can RSVP for a kit even if you don't have the Chick-fil-A app. However, we strongly encourage you to download the Chick-fil-A app and place a curbside mobile order if you would like to order food on the day of pick-up. If you need any help with downloading the Chick-fil-A app and creating an account, we would be more than happy to help!

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Please email the Marketing Team at [email protected] for any questions, comments, or concerns.

¡Es esa época del año otra vez! Marque sus calendarios para el miércoles, 3 de marzo para nuestra Daddy-Daughter Date Night.

Debido a COVID-19, nuestro comedor permanece cerrado y no vamos a tener un evento en persona

¡Este año proveeremos una experiencia en casa a través de nuestros Daddy-Daughter Date Night take-home kits!

Cada kit viene con actividades, y varias cosas para que papás e hijas disfruten juntos.

¿Que es "Daddy-Daughter Date Night"?

Daddy-Daughter Date Night es un evento especial para que papás e hijas convivan y pasen tiempo juntos y crear bonitos recuerdos. Papás, abuelos, tios, hermanos e hijas, nietas, sobrinas, y hermanas de cada edad son bienvenidos a reservar un kit para llevar a casa.

¿A quien le puedo contactar si tengo preguntas?

Por favor mande un correo a [email protected] si tiene alguna pregunta o duda.

¿Cuanto cuesta reservar un Daddy-Daughter Date Night take-home kit?

Nuestros take-home kits son gratis. Pero si desea ordenar comida necesitara pagar ese costo.


A Kansas Chick-Fil-A Started An Annual 'Daddy-Daughter Date Night' And Now Hundreds Of Locations Are Joining

Nine years after a Kansas-based Chick-fil-A held their first Daddy-Daughter Date Night, hundreds of locations across the country have adopted the tradition. And yes, it's just as precious as you'd expect. For each franchise the event looks different, but the purpose remains the same: to honor the unbreakable bond between parent and child.

According to ABC Action News, the restaurants transform their space with tablecloths, flowers, balloons, and menus in hopes of making every little girl "feel like a princess." Guests have also been known to arrive by limousine, because sometimes the family mini-van just isn't extra enough.

Though you'll have to connect with your local Chick-fil-A to find out whether they'll be hosting a date night of their own, a number of franchises have scheduled the party for Saturday, March 23. Hurry: You'll need a reservation. The price is $20 per father-daughter duo with a $5 charge for every additional child. The official page for the Greensboro event promises a dessert bar, dancing, limo ride, photo area, and tableside service. Nuggets hand delivered by a waitstaff? So luxe!


Chick-fil-A restaurants host Daddy Daughter Date Night in Columbus

COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM) - Chick-fil-A restaurants across Columbus and Phenix City hosted a date night on Monday.

The Daddy Daughter Date Night was held at St. Luke Ministry Center in Columbus. Chick-fil-A usually hosts events at their individual locations, but felt there would be a better impact in the community if this event was held together.

Fathers were treated to dinner, dancing, and fun with their daughters.

"The importance of tonight's event is us literally rolling out the red carpet for dads and daughters to have a date and to really just impact our community in a positive way," said Alex Vann, owner and operator of Chick-fil-A on Wynnton and Macon roads, and Manchester Expressway.

To make the night a little more memorable, there were professional photographers on site and a red carpet with Chick-fil-A cows. Guests were greeted by pageant winners and they learned ballroom dancing from two world renown ballroom dancers.


Chick-fil-A Chain Hosts 'Daddy-Daughter Date Night' at Hundreds of Locations

Many communities host "Daddy-Daughter" Dances, but Chick-fil-A locations across the country have come up with another way to give Dads and their little girls a fun night out with an event called "Daddy-Daughter Date Night".

A Chick-fil-A restaurant in Kansas introduced the tradition nine years ago, and now hundreds of Chick-fil-A locations have followed, ABC Action News reports.

The little girls get to dress up like princesses, but they're not the only ones who get to play dress-up – so do the restaurants.

The restaurant interiors turn into a magical, fairytale scene complete with menus, tablecloths, flowers, and balloons. Some guests of honor even arrive in limos.

TIES & TIARAS MOO've over Daddy-Daughter dances. @ChickfilA Daddy-Daughter Date Nights are tastier and magical!
How to find out if your local restaurant is planning a date night soon >> https://t.co/G1ZqSppURk https://t.co/G1ZqSppURk pic.twitter.com/XXYL9Xsbi3

— ABC Action News (@abcactionnews) March 21, 2019

Chick-fil-A, known for its famous waffle fries and chicken nuggets also wants every little girl to know that the sponsored Daddy-Daughter Date Night is an enchanting evening they won't soon forget.

To find a Chick-fil-A Daddy-Daughter date night near you, call the nearest restaurant and ask about it.

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The Chick-fil-A cow dressed up for last week’s Daddy-Daughter Date Night event. Photo by Catherine Hardee / Neuse News

The bond between fathers and daughters is something special, and one local restaurant held an event last week to help strengthen and celebrate that bond.

April 30 was Daddy Daughter Date Night at Chick-fil-A of Kinston, and dozens of fathers and daughters came out to enjoy a night of chicken and togetherness. Chick-fil-A owner/operator John McPhaul said the event was part of a series of evenings that aim to “create remarkable events that help parents bond with their children.”

Click to download the Chick-fil-A app.

Throughout the year, Chick-fil-A of Kinston will also hold special nights for mothers and daughters, fathers and sons and mothers and sons. For the fathers and daughters, the evening featured table-side service, a photo booth, a flower and gift bag for each daughter in attendance and a dance floor for after dinner.

Wendi Howard, director of marketing for Chick-fil-A, said her team had worked hard to create a special experience for all those in attendance.

“It’s all about the connection between dads and daughters,” she said.

Though many of the daughters in attendance were young, Howard said that age was not an issue.

“It doesn’t matter if they are 2 or 42. It can be a special time for daughters of any age,” she said.

Jess Edwards attended the Daddy-Daughter Date Night with his young daughter. Photo by Catherine Hardee / Neuse News

Each table was able to place their orders at their table, and make use of some conversation starting tips placed on each table while waiting for their food to arrive. The Chick-fil-A cow was on hand and dressed to the nines in a top hat, and available for photo ops with the guests.

Jess Edwards attended with his daughter and said he appreciated that Chick-fil-A holds these types of events.

“It’s wonderful for Kinston’s Chick-fil-A to provide the opportunity for a special time for a father and daughter,” he said.

The next special event will be held later in the spring, and will be a special mother-daughter tea.


Watch the video: 2018 Mother Son Date Night with Chick-fil-A (July 2022).


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