The New Yorker blasts Chick-fil-A for ‘creepy infiltration’ of Big Apple

Not everyone is thrilled by Chick-fil-A's growth in the Big Apple.

Writer Dan Piepenbring wrote a piece Friday in the The New Yorker about the Atlanta-based chicken chain's fourth Manhattan restaurant — a monster five-level, 6,263-square-foot location set across from Grand Central Station.

The author describes the view from the fifth-floor terrace, where a line stretched to nearly the end of the block, and an employee took orders on a touch screen. "The air smelled fried," Piepenbring wrote.


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