Mor Chikin in D.C.

We’re always excited to hear about awesome new food trucks hitting the streets of D.C, but today’s announcement by fast-food chicken giant Chick-fil-A has us pumped for “mor chikin.”

Yep, that’s right. D.C. is getting a new Chick-fil-A food truck. For those of you who miss those addictive chicken strips, waffle fries and milkshakes, no longer will you have to trek all the way over to Arlington for a taste of those totally addictive chicken strips. All you have to do is follow the truck on Twitter as it feeds chicken fanatics around the District.

Starting April 9, Chick-fil-A’s food truck will begin to serve its world-famous chicken sandwiches at locations across the District. The food truck service will be Chick-fil-A’s most visible presence in D.C. (It’s only current location is at Catholic University—and at a number of locations in suburban Virginia and Maryland.

The food truck that will dart around the city beginning in April has already been spotted at the restaurant’s Largo location in Maryland. So, get ready for some long lines and fast-food chicken—Chick-fil-A is coming!

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4 Replies to “Mor Chikin in D.C.”

  1. chick-fil-a is a violently homophobic and anti-gay organization. any consideration that because of that, it’s arrival in dc might not be totally welcomed?

  2. “Civil Rights” you have absolutely no idea what you are talking about. Chick-fil-A is one of the most charitable, conscientious, and all around good organizations around. We need more companies like it. As for your ridiculous statement about them being “anti-gay,” you need to get your facts straight rather than simply skim a headline that pops up on google or glancing through their wikipedia page until you spot something you find unsavory. The incident you are referring to involved Chick-fil-A donating food to a seminar about marriage run by an organization not in favor of gay marriage. Chick-fil-A donates food to all sorts of community organizations (at the discretion of the local manager I might add) and the particular seminar had nothing to do with gay marriage in the first place. I think the real reason some people want to bash this venerable company is that they simply don’t like the fact that it is unapologetic about its values. You may not agree with these values, but that doesn’t give you license to slander a really admirable organization. Next time do your homework.

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