I didn't realize Chick-fil-A was so popular until I was sitting in the long line at the drive-thru at Chick-fil-A in Brick. Nothing against Brick, but we really need one somewhere else in Ocean County.

Chick-fil-A is my daughter and my Mom's favorite, so we go to Chick-fil-A in Brick a lot. I don't know if it's because of the pandemic or what, but every time we go to Chick-fil-A the drive-thru is wrapped into the Lowe's parking lot. It's just crazy. It is like this every day in Brick, except Sunday, they're closed. WOW, it's crazy.

Why didn't I think Chick-fil-A was this popular? I think my first chicken sandwich was when I first came to New Jersey. Before that I used to see the billboards with the cow on them, do you remember them? I believe it said, "Eat More Chicken". I used to say, "I can't wait to go to Chick-fil-A". Now I feel like I live in the drive-thru.

I was thinking maybe it's because the dining room is closed, but I hear even if it's open there is always a line in the drive-thru. I've never seen anything like it. I never knew how popular Chick-fil-A really is. I know it's so popular with Abby and her friends, kids seem to love it. I love their milkshakes.

There is only one Chick-fil-A in Ocean County in Brick, right along Rt. 70, across from Dicks and the Christmas Tree Shop. I really think we need another one in Ocean County. Toms River, why is there no Chick-fil-A? Bayville? Southern Ocean? Manahawakin? Somewhere in between? Can another one please so I don't always have to drive to Brick? We really need another Chick-fil-A in Ocean County.

There are two locations in Monmouth County, one in Howell and Freehold. Chick-fil-A is awesome for the community and is always doing fundraisers.

Please open another Chick-fil-A in Ocean County so I don't always have to drive to Brick. 😂😂

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