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.
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.
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.