Chick-fil-A opening ‘Rivalry Restaurant' at Ga.-Ala. line for UGA-Auburn game

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WEST POINT, Ga. - Chick-fil-A isn’t picking sides during ‘The Deep South’s Oldest Rivalry’ game. In fact, they’re split right down the middle.

On Saturday, Nov. 11, Chick-fil-A is opening a one-day-only “Rivalry Restaurant” near the Georgia-Alabama line in honor of the 125th anniversary matchup of The University of Georgia and Auburn University football teams. 

The free event begins at 12:30 p.m. EST where fans of both SEC powerhouses can enjoy free food, customized mini-cows, face painting, a viewing of the football game, and more. 

Not only is the event unique, but the restaurant won’t look like your typical Chick-fil-A. 

Half of the restaurant will be painted and decorated in Georgia colors while the other half is Auburn colors. The pop-up will sit on a makeshift football field, where guests can enjoy a game of pickup before the big rivalry game begins. 

If you can’t make it to the game but want to watch it in a fun atmosphere, the restaurant will be located at 400 3rd Ave., West Point, Georgia. If you need any other incentive, former UGA quarterback David Greene and Auburn linebacker Takeo Spikes will be joining in on the fun. 

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