Chick-fil-A, the fast food restaurant that has drawn criticism for its past support of anti-LGBTQ groups, is opening its seventh location on Long Island this week.
Chick-fil-A, which already enjoys support from a rabid fan base, will have three Long Island locations in total, including its Port Jefferson restaurant, which opened last year. About 100 people camped outside of the Port Jefferson Chick-fil-A on its opening day last October.
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About 100 customers camped out to be the first on line for the grand opening Wednesday morning.
Chick-fik-A looks to follow other out-of-state fast-food restaurants that has seen success on LI.
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