Orlando, Florida - Closeup View of Chick-fil-A Restaurant inside Terminal B of Orlando International Airport.
Chick-Fil-A Is Decking The
Halls With The
Return Of Two
Holiday Classics
By Nico Danilovich
Chick-fil-A has always adhered to tradition, as it is famous for being closed on Sundays, and is never afraid to bring back some classic items to its menu. This year, the chain is bringing back two beloved items for the holidays, with one dating back to Chick-fil-A’s predecessor, Dwarf Grill.
Originating at Chick-fil-A founder S. Truett Cathy’s Dwarf Grill, the Chicken Tortilla Soup includes chicken, beans, blended vegetables, seasoned corn tortilla strips, and spices, all in a creamy broth. Joining it on the menu is the Peppermint Chip Milkshake, which was requested more than ever in 2021.
The Peppermint Chip Milkshake combines peppermint bark with Chick-fil-A's hand-spun icedream, plus whipped cream and a cherry on top. Both products will be available for delivery, dine-in, and pick-up across the country on November 14 and will continue as long as supplies last.