Devour the Hot Brown at the very first Chick-fil-A

Chick-fil-A Dwarf House

Photograph by Myrydd Wells

The Hapeville Dwarf House—where Chick-fil-A was founded in 1946—gives you the opportunity to get weird with your “chikin.” Along with the standard waffle fries, nuggets, and even the long lost coleslaw, the Dwarf House’s full-service dining room offers burgers, hot ham-and-cheese sandwiches, and breakfast all day. Their signature item, the Hot Brown, is a hearty mess of chicken, toast, and bacon suspended in a gravy boat of gooey cheese (guaranteed to soothe even the worst hangovers). Unlike normal locations, the Dwarf House is open nonstop from 6:00 a.m. Monday morning to 10:00pm Saturday night. (And closed Sundays—it is still a Chick-fil-A.) 461 North Central Avenue, Hapeville, 404-762-1764, cfarestaurant.com/hapevilledwarfhouse

Hot Brown
Hot Brown

Photograph by Myrydd Wells

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