The only food idea more synonymous with Atlanta than Chick-fil-A may be peaches.
The Atlanta Falcons completed their $2 Billion Mercedes Benz stadium this week, complete with dozens of food options, of course one of those being Chick-fil-A. Too bad Falcons fans wont get to enjoy it.
Sticking to company policy, Chick-fil-A will be closed on Sundays – the same day the Falcons play.
Zaxby’s now the official chicken of the Falcons. That doesn’t mean Chick Fil-A isn’t in the new stadium. It is closed on Sundays, however. pic.twitter.com/TfCIa3rz5T
— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) August 16, 2017
December 7th, when the Falcons take on the Saints on Thursday Night Football, will be the only day fans will be able to eat their chicken sandwiches, milkshakes and chicken nuggets, with every other home game taking place on the ‘day of rest.’
Events held within the stadium, especially major college football games along with MLS soccer games will account for the revenue.