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I think I know what lunch will be!
They are opening two stand alone buildings in the Toledo area. Anyone hear of any coming to Michigan?
Interesting, I have been told in the past, don't expect it because they don't want to pay union construction wages to build in Mich.
where at mofo?
Are the sandwiches going to be made in china?
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yes and by gay (happy) guys
Perrysburg, on Fremont Pike
Still not much to look forward to in Toledo I see.
Haven't they been in Michigan for awhile at Oakland U?
I love me some Chik-fil-a!
is it better than taco bell
Best fast food there is.
What do people like there? I lived real close to one in Louisiana but didn't go there that often. It's not that I didn't like it, it's just there was a Raisin' Canes, so I would usually go there. The best chicken tenders I've ever had.
Todd Graves' Raising Cane's serves the highest quality chicken finger meals, including Texas toast, crinkle-cut fries, cole slaw and cane's sauce.
Best fast food ever.
They should shut the fuck up with all the Christian values bullshit.
not a fast food guy but this made me chuckle.
"Stats are for Losers." - Pat "Nardawg" Narduzzi
Apparently, I'm the only one that finds them to be overrated. The chicken is pretty good, but it's not amazing. After hearing the hype, I was disappointed.
Location: Mumbai, India
Good place for homophobes to eat I guess.....count me out.....I have some gay friends and would never patronize a place where they would not feel welcome.
So what should I order there?
One recently opened in San Jose, so I went there about two weeks after the opening when the line became manageable. Maybe I was expecting too much, but it didn't live up to the hype. Their shake was great though especially compared to the InNOut shake which is the one thing I don't like from them.
anal with polynesian sauce
It's fast food, it's not going to be amazing. They are the best at what they do.
This. Plus they have waffle fries!
Not the case. They don't want to have their stores open on Sundays and franchises in MI wouldn't have to follow that Chick Fil A rule due to the law. Just what I heard.
Construction costs being a little higher would have nothing to do with it. Every location would cost a different amount to build.
Personally, I love Chick Fil A and wish they had some in MI. I've made road trips to Toledo just to get some. Their shakes are great and so is their spicy chicken and waffle fries.
There's a time and a place for everything and it's called college.
Well that's the reason one of their corporate employees gave me.
I have never had it but i can't bring myself to do it because of that stuff. Mostly the gay rights thing... I don't give a fuck what people believe as long as it doesn't negatively mess with others.
I have heard rumors for the past couple of months that one will be coming to Sterling Heights MI, but cannot see anything on the web to substantiate.
I don't think the one at OU is the "traditional" type store. Have been told that it is like a restaraunt you sometimes get at airports etc. Scaled down menu, food already prepared and you take as you walk by type of thing. Have not been there though.
Just get the original chicken sandwich and some fries. The chicken is well prepared, no need to hide it with other flavors.
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