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The Line At New York's New Chick-Fil-A Is Still Crazy

It has been a month since opening. There's not just a line, but a two-part line, running down the block.

Posted on November 12, 2015, at 6:29 p.m. ET

More than a month after Chick-fil-A opened its first standalone store in New York City on Oct. 3, enthusiasm for the chain's fried chicken sandwiches remains rampant.

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Will Chick-fil-A join Shake Shack and Dominique Ansel's bakery / cronut shop as one of the NYC institutions that always, unfailingly has line?

Not exaggerating, line about 100/120 long, out the door for Chick-Fil-A in New York City.

Today, a drizzly Thursday afternoon in November, this was Part 1 of the sidewalk line. It was just past 1 p.m. But wait, there's even more line yet!

To avoid blocking the other store fronts, Part 2 of the line continued a few feet away.

Chick-fil-A employees called out to Line 2 customers when they could step forward to Line 1.

Once inside, a group of seven workers took orders via handheld tablets as customers inched ahead, speeding up the ordering process. Customers then paid for and picked up their food at the counter.

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All in all, it moved pretty fast. The total wait time, from the back of Line 2 to having a sandwich in hand, was 18 minutes.

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A BuzzFeed News investigation, in partnership with the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, based on thousands of documents the government didn't want you to see.