But you can order catering in advance of the holiday if you want to “eat mor chikin.”

By Perri Ormont Blumberg
November 22, 2019
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Sometimes, you just gotta have the Chick. Unfortunately, if cravings strike on Thanksgiving, you can’t head to your local Chick-fil-A outpost to get your fix. As Chick-fil-A shared on their company blog, The Chicken Wire, the restaurant chain “[takes Thanksgiving day off to] reflect on what we’re grateful for – our family, friends, Team Members and guests – and to enjoy our second favorite bird.”

But there’s good news for Chick-fil-A superfans: Thanks to Chick-fil-A catering services, you can order your Chick-fil-A favorites and pick them up the day before Thanksgiving. So, go ahead and order a garden salad and mac and cheese tray to round out your Turkey Day feast. A nugget tray is a pretty solid appetizer option. And chocolate chunk cookies for all!

Or, you may want to consider letting Chick-fil-A handle your whole Thanksgiving meal. Once your guests arrive, simply reheat any Chick-fil-A dishes that are best served warm and dig in. It may not be the traditional turkey and fixings, but this comfort food sure hits the spot.

In addition to Thanksgiving, Chick-fil-A is also closed on Christmas. Plan accordingly, friends. And a friendly reminder for all, Chick-fil-A is always closed on Sundays.

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Share with us: Have you ever ordered Chick-fil-A catering to supplement home cooking or replace it entirely for Thanksgiving or Christmas? Was it a hit with your crowd?

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