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What You Didn't Know About The Chick-Fil-A Hamburger
With a slogan like "Eat Mor Chikin" and a menu that's comprised entirely of, well, chicken, you likely don't think of Chick-fil-A when you think of fast food burgers. However, the Chick-fil-A hamburger isn't just an urban myth — it actually does exist, but only if you know which Chick-fil-A to go to.
The elusive Chick-Fil-A hamburger can be found on the menu at only six restaurant locations, all in Georgia. These restaurants — known as The Dwarf House — combine the idea of the Dwarf Grill and Chick-Fil-A, founded by Truett Cathy in 1946, which is why the menu includes both chicken and beef items like the famous Dwarf Burger.
Unfortunately, the Dwarf Burger that comes with two pickles, cheese, and some sort of "spicy" sauce has been reviewed as “average,” and consumers say it’s alright but nothing too extraordinary. One person described ordering a burger as a “big mistake,” although some have argued that it’s worth merely to say you’ve eaten a hamburger at Chick-Fil-A.
But if you’re in Georgia and want to try out the Chick-Fil-A burgers, head over to any of the six Dwarf Houses located in Fayetteville, Forest Park, Jonesboro, Pleasant Hill, Riverdale, and Woodstock. What’s more, it’s rumored that the Dwarf House is open 24 hours a day except on Sundays.