Chick-fil-A serving mac and cheese sounds like a solid idea, right? The best fast food chain in the world (founded in Georgia) already has a lock on three southern staples: fried chicken, biscuits, and sweet tea. We don't know why, but the cheesy southern pasta has yet to arrive on menus nationwide. With any luck, though, that could be changing soon.
While Chick-fil-A hasn't confirmed the news yet, here's what we know: Chick-fil-A quietly began testing the side back in 2017, per a few Chicken Wire (yes, that's what their news blasts are called) posts about new "Family Style Meals" available in select cities. It's been added as a side to certain menus, too, including restaurants outside Charlotte, NC, in Willis, TX, and in Maryland.
I don't know what you think, but this sounds to gouda to be true... Chick-Fil-A just keeps getting cheddar and cheddar.
Yeah. I'm sorry.