Super Bowl attendees hoping to chow down on some Chick-fil-A during the game are out of luck. Sports Illustrated reports the chicken chain will stick to its usual policy of being closed on Sundays--even on Super Bowl Sunday at the stadium. The company has closed on Sundays since its 1946 founding for employees to "set aside one day to rest and worship if they choose." Chick-fil-A usually has a stand near section 123 of Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, but on February 3, the location will be occupied by Fries Up. That particular stand serves french fries with a variety of toppings.
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