You won’t find Chick-fil-A locations open on a Sunday.
That’s practically the law. But it turns out sometimes there are exceptions, especially when there’s a good reason. An Alabama location of the chicken sandwich chain got special permission to open so an autistic teen with cerebral palsy could celebrate his 14th birthday at his favorite restaurant. Elijah Sprague really wanted to work the drive-thru, so they set him up at the window, dishing out cookies to the 40 or so patrons who rolled up. His mother Rene, who posted the story of the party to Facebook, says the owners of the restaurant agreed right away when they heard the reason for the event.
Did your parents throw you a fast-food birthday party? What was your best birthday party?