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Sunday, April 25, 2021

Even More goings on at Casa De Garabaldi

 I being a good Dad woke my kid up and drug him up to Hapeville to the Original Chickfila Dwarf house.  They are closing the location to do a "Scrape and Rebuild"  Basically tearing it totally down and making it 4 times larger.  Well I had called and made reservations and got there and they gave us a menu....I wanted to go there because I used to go there all the time when I was at Ford Motor Company at Atlanta Assembly Plant (AAP), Was one of my good memories.  We gave Truett Cathy our Last Taurus to roll off the assembly lines.


   I got them subsequently signed by the Manager who is a friend of mine, we went through Woodbadge together.    I found out that this was literally "The Last Day".   Dang, I timed it right.

   My Son looked totally excited to be there, he wasn't awake yet.  teenagers unless they get 20 hours of sleep a day, are incapable of functioning properly, LOL.  Truth be told, he goes to school, maintains an A&B average and is a kitchen supervisor at a restaurant that is a subsidiary of Chick-fil-a, and works 40+ hours a week, and is set to graduate high school in less than a month, then he is off to college for a technical degree.  Not bad for an 18 year old.
   Our food, was very good and the grits were the way I like it, thick!  I had to take the waffle home with me, I was too full to eat it.

   I got a pic of him outside the restaurant right before we left, in between the rainstorms blanketing the area.
     

                                                    We even got a couple of mugs

    I am looking forward to them opening up in December.  According to my friend, the new capacity will be 260 people.  


3 comments:

  1. First Felix Silla and now the Hapeville Dwarf House. When will it end?

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  2. I've eaten there several times over the years when I flew in and out of ATL frequently - pick up the rental and head on over. Hope the architecture of the new place has at least some elements of the original.

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  3. My first time there was about 1965. I remember when they opened the Chick- Fil-A at Greenbriar Mall. I was working at Thompson-Borland-Lee at the time and enjoyed eating lunch there.

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