What You Didn't Know About The Chick-Fil-A Hamburger

When you think of fast food burgers, you likely think of the most popular beef-based chains, like In-N-Out, McDonald's, Burger King, or Shake Shack. And you likely don't think of Chick-fil-A. After all, with a slogan like "Eat Mor Chikin" and a menu that's comprised entirely of, well, chicken, it hardly seems like the place to go when you're craving a juicy, meaty patty. Right?

Turns out, however, that you're wrong, at least if you know which Chick-fil-A to go to. Apparently, the Chick-fil-A hamburger isn't just an urban myth — it actually does exist. But you can't get it just anywhere. Unless you live in Georgia, you won't find it on the menu of your local Chick-fil-A. So where can you order it and how did it ever make it onto the menu of a fast food chain built entirely on chicken? Here's what you need to know about the mysterious Chick-fil-A hamburger.

You have to go to the Dwarf House

The Chick-fil-A burger can only be found on the menu at six locations, all in Georgia. And those six locations aren't your average Chick-fil-A restaurant, either: They're each known as The Dwarf House. All of them feature a tiny red door for "dwarves" to enter (via KSU News Now). These restaurants combine the idea of the Dwarf Grill, which Truett Cathy founded in 1946, and Chick-fil-A. That's why the menu includes both chicken and beef items — like the famous Dwarf Burger.

According to TripAdvisor reviews, the Dwarf Burger comes with two pickles, cheese, and some sort of "spicy" sauce. Unfortunately, based on those same reviews, the Chick-fil-A hamburger is just "average." Customers say it's alright but nothing to write home about. One person described ordering a burger as a "big mistake," adding, "should have had the chicken." However, some do argue it's worth it merely to say you've eaten a hamburger at Chick-fil-A.

Want to get your hands on one of Chick-fil-A's burgers? The Dwarf House is currently located in six Georgia towns: Fayetteville, Forest Park, Jonesboro, Pleasant Hill, Riverdale, and Woodstock. You can enjoy it with one of the restaurant's signature down-home sides, like fried okra, mac, and cheese, or collard greens. Bonus: It's rumored that the Dwarf House is also open 24 hours a day except for Sunday (via Foodbeast), so you can chow down on a burger any time you want.