ChickfilA New York City

Chick-fil-A opened its first New York City restaurant in October.

Chick-fil-A closes high-profile Manhattan restaurant temporarily

Health inspectors cite unit with multiple critical violations

Chick-fil-A’s high-profile restaurant in Manhattan closed temporarily last week after health officials cited the unit with five critical violations.

The Atlanta-based quick-service chain opened its first full-sized Chick-fil-A in New York City in October with a new “upstream ordering” system designed to simulate the drive-thru experience. The three-story restaurant in the city&rsquo

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