Wrigleyville residents can try out the famous fast food chain starting tomorrow at the new Chick-Fil-A outpost.
Local Chicago resident Nick Pulgine is in charge of the new space and has big plans to bring iconic chicken sandwiches to the masses. The restaurant, located at 3500 N Clark St, opens this Thursday, April 6th, and from then on, will be open Monday through Saturday starting at 7 a.m. and going until midnight.
They’ll be serving favorites like their Original Chicken Sandwich and stand-out menu items like a hashbrown-filled breakfast burrito, a spicy Southwest-style salad, and waffle fries amongst other beloved options.
How Chick-fil-A is helping the Chicago community:
In honor of the opening, Chick-fil-A is donating $25,000 to Feeding America on behalf of the new Wrigleyville restaurant. This donation will be distributed to partners in the greater Chicago area in the fight against hunger. Chick-fil-A Wrigleyville is also recognizing 100 local heroes making an impact in the Chicago area by providing them with free Chick-fil-A meals for a year. These heroes’ names have not yet been announced.
Alongside the grand opening festivities, Chick-fil-A is also awarding 245 scholarships to Team Members in Chicago this year, a sum that totals $494,500 to put toward continued education.
Chick-fil-A is also continuing its partnership with the Chicago Cubs this season, meaning after every home game win, fans can visit the restaurant for a free chicken sandwich available through the app.