The first official Chick-fil-A restaurant closes its doors this weekend.
The historic restaurant is located in Atlanta’s Greenbriar Mall and was opened by Trutt Cathy in 1967. FOX 5which added that no reason for the closure was given.
Katy’s first restaurant was actually in nearby Hapeville, Georgia and is known as Dwarf Grill, but was later changed to The Dwarf House.
The flagship Greenbriar Mall was the first location to be named Chick-fil-A.
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The sign on the Chick-fil-A mall reads “The mall’s first diner” when it first opened.
According to the signs around the restaurant, its last day of operation will be on Saturday.
“It was our pleasure to serve you,” reads a sign around the restaurant.
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However, the place’s Facebook page says “permanently closed”.
Since opening a Chick-fil-A outlet at the mall, the iconic fast food chain has expanded nationwide to over 2,600 outlets.
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Chick-fil-A did not respond to a request for comment from FOX Business.