The 12 Rogue Chick-Fil-A's That Actually Serve Beef Burgers


Chick-Fil-A has always been all about its chicken, to the point where their advertising revolves around a group of cows who encourage you to eat more of the restaurant's poultry.

While regulars know that CFA would never dare serve any beef products, there are 12 Chick-Fil-A locations that serve burgers, not as an act of rebellion, but in order to preserve its origins.


In 1946, the very first Chick-Fil-A in Hapeville, GA, was originally a Dwarf House, as founder Truett Cathy served burgers before inventing his famous pressure-cooked chicken.

In honor of the Dwarf House, the Hapeville Chick-Fil-A, along with the 11 others that were once Dwarf Houses, still serve the original menu items, according to Business Insider.

Original Chick-fil-A serves steak, hamburgers and so much more! #eatmorecow

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That means the original CFA is the only place you can not only get its chicken-filled menu, but Dwarf Burgers, sweet potato souffles, mac & cheese, and chocolate pies, and even chicken and waffles.

To take things one step further, you can even get steaks at these Atlanta locations.

Steak dinner!

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Not only is their menu special, but it is the only Chick-Fil-A that is open 24 hours a day (except Sunday, of course).

It may seem blasphemous, but it's one of the little known secrets that Chick-Fil-A has kept from us.

Now you know, if you ever want to enjoy some beef at Chick-Fil-A, you actually can.