NEW YORK (WSVN) – Chick-fil-A has opened a huge five-story New York City restaurant, the largest in the company's history.  According to the restaurant chain, the location opened Thursday in New York's Financial District and accommodates 140 guests. Below the five levels there are three levels to eat, a semi-private group meeting and a dining room, as well as a rooftop terrace.
The 12,000-square-meter site is said to employ 150 people and has two kitchens – including a basement kitchen for cold food preparation.
Customers who come to eat can place their orders as soon as they come with a staff member wearing a tablet, or they can order and pay in advance via the Chick-fil-A mobile app
The Restaurant will also work with the New York Common Pantry to provide meals to those in need, and will also work with feeding children everywhere to feed needy children
Chick-fil-A says the site is owned and operated by Luke Cook becomes. The company says Cook started as an hourly employee in Atlanta ten years ago before he made his way up and opened his own franchises in Pennsylvania and Louisiana. He later moved to Manhattan in 2017.
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