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

A Little Blue Menu food truck makes a stop in Kentucky.
A Little Blue Menu food truck makes a stop in Kentucky. | YouTube/Blake Comedy productions

Little Blue Menu

Chick-fil-A opened Little Blue Menu in Nashville, Tennessee, as a virtual restaurant in 2021 to test new menu items. Cathy named the restaurant after the original little blue menus used at Dwarf House. Little Blue Menu was created to test and innovate new menu items.

After the business proved successful, Chick-fil-A expanded it into a Little Blue Menu food truck in 2023.

According to the Chick-fil-A website, the food truck was initially based in Louisville but has since expanded to Athens, Georgia.

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While the Little Blue Menu location in Nashville ended its test run last May, another Little Blue Menu standalone location opened in College Park, Marlyand, last September. 

The menu includes pizzas, burgers, chicken wings, onion rings, sweet potato tots and Brussels sprouts. Senior Culinary Lead Developer Stuart Tracy created the menu from scratch by testing hundreds of recipes. 

"College Park is a hub for innovation, so we can think of no better place to introduce Little Blue Menu and give customers more of what they want," said L.J. Yankosky, senior director of the innovation and new ventures team at Chick-fil-A, in a statement. "We can't wait to serve the community and become an integral part of the local dining scene." 

For Marylanders in love with eating crabs and crab seasonings, Chick-fil-A offers Old Bay seasoning as an option in the sauces and seasoning section of the menu, promoting it as a "perfect topping" for fries, onion rings or sweet potato tots. 

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

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