The Original Chick-Fil-A (Foodie Friday #29)

A few weeks ago I had the good fortune of visiting the Atlanta office for work and extra bonus spending some quality time with Amy in her home town.  Priority one for me was to go to the original Chick-Fil-A or better known as the Dwarf House.  I didn’t really know anything about the location other than it was the original but Amy said it was pretty cool and unique to regular Chick-Fil-A’s.  I thought today would be a great time to share with you what a Dwarf House is and what kind of food they have!


First and foremost…this location offers sit down waiter service in addition to counter and drive through service.  How cool right!  The inside is more like a diner feel with counter seats and vinyl booths.  The waitress was a little slow but I didn’t mind I was spending time with Amy.  The interior was so cute with the back wall show-casing a moving picture with 7 dwarfs.  Very similar to a certain Disney movie, but its ok I don’t mind a touch of Disney in my normal life 😀

dwarf house

Silly me forgot to take a picture of the menu but its much more than the standard Chick-Fil-A.  There are plates and platters, kids menus, desserts, sides…like legit food other than just the standard “fast” food.  I decided to go classic and get the chicken sandwich but with a side of mac and cheese and corn bread.  Amy said I should try the Hot Brown (chopped up chicken in a rich cream of chicken broth) because its only available here so we shared that because, like Gizelle says, “Try Everything”!!!  The chicken sandwich actually came with more than 3 pickles!!!!!!!!!!!!  The mac and cheese was very rich but the corn bread was disappointing.  The Hot Brown was interesting, not something I would get again to have as an entree but it was ok.


I also saw they have ice box pie!  What!  Am I just not noticing this in local stores but coconut, lemon and chocolate ice box pie!!!  I got that as well, I think the Lemon would have been better but the coconut was decent.

coconut ice box pie

Free refill of my sweet tea-lemondae mix (on point of course), paid the check and we headed out.  Before the sun set we took a few pictures with Truitt Cathy.  Such a cute location, friendly service and good food.  I was a happy camper and of course the price was right!

truitt me and amy

If you find yourself in Atlanta make sure and check out the Dwarf House, its not like they have the fanciest food ever but its a neat experience especially when shared with old friends!

CHIME IN!!!  Have you been to the Dwarf House?  Do you like Chick-Fil-A?  Cornbread fan?

6 thoughts on “The Original Chick-Fil-A (Foodie Friday #29)

  1. This sounds absolutely delicious. I love ChickFilA, but the one near me has a terrible parking lot // drive-thru situation so I rarely go. Like seriously. The whole experience is harrowing. But boy do I love me some chicken sandwiches. I remember when breakfast first came up north for them. I guess it was always in the South? But I had it there first & finally it came up my way. Yum. Now I’m hungry. Thanks.


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