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To The Poll: Should Chain Restaurants Like Chick-Fil-A Be Part of the Food Truck Fleet?

Weigh in on whether the big guys belong on the road.

PETA people protested the Chick-Fil-A truck at Farragut North today . . . but failed to deter fans of the fried chicken sandwich. Photographs by Anna Spiegel.

After a series of practice runs, Chick-fil-A’s mobile unit opened for lunch today, serving chicken sandwich goodness out of a truck parked at Farragut North. Putting politics momentarily aside, the debut prompts another question: Do chain restaurants belong in the independent, small-business-dominated world of local food trucks? Time to ride the poll.


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