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
The Atlanta Falcons have played six home games in the new Mercedes-Benz Stadium, but fans have not been able to enjoy the Chick-fil-A inside the venue for one horrible reason: the damn restaurant is closed on Sundays.
We noted back in August the Chick-fil-A wouldn’t be operational for a Falcons game until Week 14, but fortunately for fans, that night has finally come! Spicy Chicken Deluxes, normal spicy chicken sandwiches, waffle fries — you name it, Falcons and Saints fans will likely be gorging on it all:
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Just look at it!
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Sadly the last Falcons home game of the season (Week 17) is on a Sunday, so fans will be back to staring at a closed Chick-fil-A soon.