My friend Kevin told me I absolutely had to try their chicken sandwich.
OK...maybe one political comment: I do not agree with the company's political views.
But, man do they make a good chicken sandwich.
The place was packed.
Kevin and I planned on going in and eating there, but with the line nearly out the door we got back in the car and went through the drive-through.
That meant hungry old me had to sit in the passenger seat with a couple of chicken sandwiches and a bunch of fries in my lap as we drove.
I should mention this all took place while we were in Gainesville - and we did this before we hit the football stadium.
Our plan was to take the food into the empty bleachers and sit and eat.
Turned out, when we got to the stadium, there was a closed football practice going on. I forgot to mention that in the post about Gainesville. So we had an hour or so to kill, which we began by sitting on a nearby picnic table, eating chicken sandwiches.
My wife tells me, as I write this, that she's surprised I've never had Chick-fil-A before. She tells me there's one in the Burlington Mall food court. I don't spend much time there, so I didn't realize there was a location so close.
Still, I will not patronize them again, even if they open a location even closer.
I'm going to hop on my political high horse.