These Are The Only States That Don't Have A Chick-Fil-A

If you're a loyal Chick-fil-A lover you might think you know everything about the place that is home to one of the country's best chicken sandwiches, according to Thrillist. But while your chicken-loving self may know the menu's ins and outs – or even its secret menu (via Country Living) – there might be some things you might not know about the establishment, like the fact that not everyone has access to a tasty chicken sandwich across the U.S. That's right, there are people out there that have yet to taste one of these much-acclaimed sandwiches.

There is no doubt about it that Chick-fil-A will slowly but surely establish locations throughout the entire country as it prospers. In fact, its overall sales surpassed those of fast-food giants like Wendy's, Burger King, and Taco Bell in 2019, according to The Daily meal. Perhaps Chick-fil-A will even overtake McDonald's to land the top spot one day. But until then, the chain has got some work to do – like opening up restaurants in a few more states.

Slowly taking over the country

As shocking as it may be to understand that this top dining destination – which makes more revenue per restaurant than any other fast-food chain (via Entrepreneur) – doesn't have locations in all 50 states, it's nonetheless a fact!

Just shy of adding all states to its list of locations (via Chick-fil-A), Chick-fil-A is yet to set-up shop in Alaska, Vermont, and Hawaii – though Chick-fil-A is known to have a Hawaiian themed restaurant just not in Hawaii. In fact, the Hawaiian-inspired location is located in none other than Fayetteville, Georgia, and goes by the name of Truett's Luau (via Chick-fil-A), named after Truett Cathy, the Chick-fil-A founder.

If you're living a Chick-fil-A-less life in Alaska, Vermont, and Hawaii, there soon might be hope for a location near you in Hawaii because, in 2018, the chain announced plans to establish a franchise there (via Chick-fil-A). But we won't recommend holding your breath just yet because if 2020 has shown us anything, it's that you never can tell how things will pan out.