Chick-fil-A still drawing ridiculous line-ups in Toronto
Chick-fil-A opened its first Canadian location in the heart of Toronto on Friday morning.
And while large crowds of protesters showed that the city is not all aboard the fried chicken train, the opening drew major line-ups of eager fried chicken lovers.
And almost a week later, it continues to do so.
- Protestors surround opening of Chick-fil-A’s first Canadian location
- Chick-fil-A is officially opening its first international store in Toronto
Lines at the Bloor-Yonge eatery go out its front door, curl around a corner, break for a driveway and then congregate again, sprawling down the block.
Here’s a look at it:
I think @ChickfilA will be able to pay rent this month at their new Toronto location. 9:15pm on a Tuesday and the lineup goes around the block. #toronto #ChickfilA pic.twitter.com/1JUf3fInIK
— Georges Levesque (@GeorgesLevesque) September 11, 2019
no protestors in sight, but @ChickfilA toronto lined out around the corner and down Hayden Street pic.twitter.com/2X8z6tEwCZ
— Jonathan Kay (@jonkay) September 10, 2019
Lineup for #Toronto Chick-Fil-A currently around the corner. pic.twitter.com/yLXURZfBNF
— Chris Edwards (@OneChrisEdwards) September 10, 2019
The premier Toronto location is the first stand-alone outlet outside of the United States… if you don’t count the counter at the Calgary International Airport that opened in 2014, and has since shuttered.
Address: 1 Bloor Street East