Chick-fil-A rolls out new sides, family-style option in select cities

Mac and cheese, bacon baked beans among new items

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SAN ANTONIO – Here’s one way you can “Eat More Chikin”: Chick-fil-A is introducing family-style meals in three cities.

Customers in San Antonio, Phoenix and Greensboro, North Carolina, will be able to test out the new menu, which rolled out Monday and will stay in place through Nov. 18.

Depending on how well the new set-up and menu items perform, the company will decide whether to add the options nationwide.

The new family-style meals include an entree, two sides and eight mini-rolls to serve four people. Customers can choose to add additional entrees, shareable sides and drinks. Plates, utensils and condiments are also included, the company said.

The idea is that these meal kits would make it even more convenient for Chick-fil-A lovers to order takeout.

Let’s get to the juicy part, shall we? What are your ordering options?

For an entrée, you can choose between: Chick-n-Strips (12-count); original Chick-fil-A chicken breasts (four-count); Chick-fil-A nuggets (30-count) and grilled chicken breasts (four-count).

Your side options include bacon baked beans, a fruit cup, mac and cheese, a side salad and the superfood side. Don’t recall the baked beans or the mac and cheese from the current menu? That’s because they’re new; Chick-fil-A is also testing these two items at the three selected cities for this experiment.

These family-style meals start at $29.99.