Chick-fil-A opened it’s first NYC outlet a couple of weeks ago.
It didn’t take long for uber-liberal Mayor Bill de Blasio to tell residents to boycott the restaurant.
What’s his beef? (<= pun intended)
No, it’s not because of unsavory chicken or excessive customer service or Sunday closures (though the latter hints at the “problem”).
It’s because the company’s deeply religious President is a fan of traditional family values.
How are New Yorkers responding to the Mayor’s urging?
As Yogi Berra (a New York baseball icon) would say: “Nobody goes there because the lines are too long.”
A picture is worth a thousand words:
For those who might think the long lines are just a Krispy Kreme-like passing fad, it’s been 2 years since the Chick-fil-A opened close to our home … and the line of cars going through the 2-lane drive-thru still reached the street at all times of the day (except Sunday, of course).