New York City's most controversial chicken joint is looking for a third location, according to a report from the New York Post.
Chick-fil-A is reportedly seeking to open its next location in the Flatiron District's 50-story One Madison, at East 23rd street.
While a spokesperson (Amanda) would neither confirm nor deny their involvement with One Madison with the New York Post, she did confirm that the chain is looking for a third location in Manhattan.
“New Yorkers have given us such a warm welcome and we are thrilled to be expanding our ability to serve them,” she said.
Of course, she should probably scope out the comments our readers leave in response to anything Chick-fil-A related. She would not find a warm welcome, but more a tepid spew of vitriol.
To be clear, we're indifferent. They make a good chicken sandwich. So long as their politics are not full of hate, and their stores are habitable, well, we're good.
If you need to get some Chick-fil-A, you can go to either their first location at 37th and 6th, or slightly uptown at their second location, which opened this past weekend, 46th and 6th.[via New York Post] [Feature Image Courtesy Wall Street Journal]