The Minneapolis Star Tribune reports that chicken sandwich chain Chick-fil-A will be calling the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport home sometime this spring. It will be the first full-scale Chick-fil-A in Minnesota. There aren’t any in North Dakota.
I tried the place out in Denver over Christmas and was pretty happy with the chicken sandwich and waffle fries I got. They seem to have a higher standard on both quality of ingredients and the way they prepare their items.
Chick-fil-A will take the place of McDonald’s, which was booted from Concourse G by Delta Air Lines because it wanted to have a high-scale eating experience in its concourse.
The Atlanta-based chain has more than 1,600 restaurants across the country.
The new location will be on Concourse C in Terminal 1 and will take the place of Godfather’s Pizza and A&W. I definitely be picking up a sandwich or two when I fly through MSP.