Ever drive down the blvd and look at the awnings of mcdonalds and burger kings and you see the words ” Fast Food Restaurant” ??? , Yall know their is not anything restaurant like going on in these establishments. But cool let me blow your mind real quick.
A couple weeks ago, I took a short business trip down to the DMV. After years of waiting and hearing rumors, I finally made it to the legendary Chick–Fil–A, out in Baltimore. First of all, they had a woman standing outside, directing traffic in the drive-through and making sure the patrons were doing well. She also reassured them that their food would be made promptly. If that doesn’t amaze you, when I walked inside, there was young lady there to greet me as I entered. Since this was my first Chick-Fil-A experience, my friends told me to get the chicken sandwich with waffle fries and large lemonade. Instead of handing me a receipt, the cashier gave me a number attached to a stand and told me to sit wherever I would like, and he’d get to me shortly. As a Debonaire Douchebag, I would like to say I try my best to keep an open mind and indulge in other cultures.
The DMV area is an entirely different way of life than the tri-state area, much less New York City. At this point I was infatuated with the type of customer service that I was getting in a fast food joint. Let’s be real , I was never treated like this back home in any McDonalds or Burger King. The waiter brought me my food, asked me if I needed anything , and brought over some napkins and condiments. Maybe the service is what made the food taste so good, I could be bugging. But I am 100% certain that the chicken sandwich I had, was by far the best chicken sandwich that I ever had in life ! The lemonade hit the spot perfectly, only thing it needed was some Tennessee Honey Jack Daniels. After all of that excellent customer service, could you imagine, when I was on my way out the door the same employee that helped me before, took my trash and sent me on my way with a smile.
Unfortunately for New Yorkers , the CEO of Chick-FiL-A released a statement saying he was against the LGBTQ community and gay marriage, back in 2012. Councilman Daniel Droom who is openly gay said:
“They are not welcome here unless they can embrace all of New York’s diverse community, including the LGBT community.”
Luckily for us, the fire has settled and Chick-Fil-A is currently looking at 108 locations to open in New York before this year is over.
– Mr.Hill , Master Douche