From pizza to burgers: What Chick-fil-A's spinoff restaurants have on their menus

The Dwarf House in Hapeville, Georgia
The Dwarf House in Hapeville, Georgia | YouTube/Every Day Is Saturday

The Dwarf House 

Located in Hapeville, Georgia, Cathy opened The Dwarf House in 1946 under the name "Dwarf Grill." This location is where Cathy invented the infamous chicken sandwich for which the brand has become known.  

"While the building has been renovated and rebuilt over the years, the original Dwarf House is still located at the same address and continues to offer sit-down, counter and drive-thru service six days a week," Eat This, Not That! reported. "The restaurant serves the classic Chick-fil-A menu plus some unique options like burgers, fried okra, cole slaw, and homemade pies." 

After opening the first freestanding Chick-fil-A in 1986, founder Truett Cathy launched restaurants that replicated the original Dwarf Grill to give customers "a historical perspective on Chick-fil-A."

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According to Chick-fil-A's website, Cathy oversaw the construction of multiple Dwarf House restaurants around the metro Atlanta area from the 1980s through the 1990s. 

The menu at these Chick-fil-A spinoff locations does not include burgers, but it does feature fried okra, greenbeens, cornbread, a sweet potato souffle and Chicken Salad.

Samantha Kamman is a reporter for The Christian Post. She can be reached at: Follow her on Twitter: @Samantha_Kamman

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