First CT Chick-fil-A to open on Federal Road in Brookfield

A Chick-fil-A will open in Brookfield on Federal Road Thursday. The first 100 adult customers who live within 25 miles of the restaurant are eligible to a one-year supply of free food. Chick-fil-A

News 12 Staff

Oct 9, 2014, 2:35 AM

Updated 3,539 days ago

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A Chick-fil-A will open in Brookfield on Federal Road Thursday.
The first 100 adult customers who live within 25 miles of the restaurant are eligible to a one-year supply of free food.
Chick-fil-A officially opens at 6:30 a.m. The owner, a Connecticut native, hopes their kind service keeps residents coming back.
Two more restaurants will open in the Danbury Mall and in Wallingford on Nov. 6.
The Georgia-based chain, founded by Truett Cathy in the 1960s, says it prides itself on Southern hospitality and chicken sandwiches. Chick-fil-A restaurants are closed on Sundays because Cathy said Sunday is for family, worship and fellowship, and he did not want to deal with money on "the Lord's Day."


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