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Chick-fil-A Goes Medieval For Mother's Day

Chick-fil-A Goes Medieval For Mother's Day

No plans for Mother’s Day? Chick-fil-A has you covered with a “Date Knight” for mothers and sons on Monday, May 14 from 4:30 to 8:30 p.m.

The 49 Chick-fil-A restaurants located in the Washington, D.C. area will be hosting a special medieval-themed evening where moms and their sons can spend quality time together over dinner, great conversation and special activities featuring costumed medieval figures like jesters, queens and horses.

Activities are free, but you must pay for dinner. Reservations are required, so act fast by visiting www.mothersondate.com to reserve a spot.

There will be a Knighting Ceremony at the Chick-fil-A located in La Plata, Md., where you can meet the Knight from the Maryland Renaissance Festival, and a muscle car display at the Chick-fil-A in Fredericksburg,Va.

For more information on participating locations click here!

100 People to Win Free Year’s Supply of Chick-fil-A in Va.

100 People to Win Free Year’s Supply of Chick-fil-A in Va.

Residents are lining the streets in Springfield, Va., as Chick-fil-A opens their newest restaurant, which is located at 6681 Backlick Road

To celebrate, Chick-fil-A will be giving away a FREE year’s supply of Chick-fil-A to the first 100 adults in line.

Since 2003, the chain restaurant has given away more than $16 million in free food at almost 600 grand openings.

No tents are permitted, but campers are allowed to bring open-sided canopies if they agree to share with others outside of their party.

The line officially opened at 6 a.m. on Wednesday in Springfield.

The free meal cards will be awarded to the lucky 100 on Thursday between 6 a.m. and 6:10 a.m.

The restaurant officially opens for business shortly after 6 a.m. on Thursday, April 26. 

Extra Virgin Chef Loses 350 Pounds, Dishes Up Weight Loss Tips

Extra Virgin Chef Loses 350 Pounds, Dishes Up Weight Loss Tips


America is a country that has an obesity problem, and most people are aware of this. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than one-third of the adult population, and 17 percent of minors, are considered to be obese. The average individual across the nation struggles with food issues to some degree or another, but many may find it surprising that those who work in the food industry, such as chefs, have an even tougher time.

“I am passionate about what I do for a living, but I must admit that it can be a real challenge,” explains Chef Scott Jenkins, the executive chef at Arlington-based Extra Virgin restaurant. “Being around all the food all the time makes me want to enjoy it, yet I need to balance that with the need to be healthy and watch how much I eat.”