No, Chick-Fil-A Is NOT Testing Out Chicken Wings In Nashville

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I’ve always heard a rumor that Chick-fil-A can secretly make anything you want, even if it’s not on the menu.

Seriously. One of my buddies swears he asked for a burger from there one time and they had patties in the back to make one, at the store that pushes a picture of a cow with a sign that says “Eat more chicken.”

I think he’s full of shit…

But I’ve also heard some recent rumblings that they’re working on wings, too.

Now this could be a tall tale, but I’ve heard from multiple sources as credible as Adam Schefter that they’ve been spotted in Nashville, Tennessee.

Photos have began to set the internet ablaze of people ordering wings from Chick-fil-A now.

At first glance, you could say:

“Ah, they just ordered wings from a random place and stuck a CFA sticker on it for clout.”

But nah, once you look closer, you actually see on the sticker that the person ordered wings.

But not so fast…

While the internet has claimed that Chick-fil-A is testing some new wing sales at their locations in Nashville, Tennessee, and are planning to try it out in their home town of Atlanta, Georgia, that’s not actually true.

According to 11Alive, the wings are actually part of a Chick-fil-A owned virtual kitchen and delivery spot in Nashville called Little Blue Menu, which delivers Chick-fil-A, Flock & Farm, Garden Day, and Outfox Wings.

So no, Chick-fil-A won’t be selling wings anytime soon.

Of course, it does make sense, right? Chick-fil-A is a pure chicken place by trade, and the only step up their rival Zaxby’s has on them is their delicious wings.

Not to mention, every food CFA releases turns to gold, so wings me the move… someday.

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