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NFL News: Atlanta Falcons’ New Stadium Has A Chick-Fil-A And It Still Won’t Be Open On Sundays

The Atlanta Falcons are looking forward to playing in their brand new stadium this NFL season and they even have some great food locations in it, but one won’t be put to much use. Chick-Fil-A does indeed have a location inside Mercedes-Benz Stadium, but it is going to be open for just one regular season game this entire season. What many may not remember is that Chick-Fil-A closes all restaurants on Sundays due to religious reasons.
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