Choices at the new eatery will be directed by Stuart Tracy, the company’s senior culinary lead developer, according to Chick-fil-A. The Little Blue Menu was ”started to test and innovate new menu items,” the company said.
Like all of the chain’s restaurants, the Little Blue Menu is closed Sundays.
The Maryland experiment is one of several trials, and it comes with the company planning a global expansion.
There is a Little Blue Menu food truck in Louisville and Chick-fil-A officials said they expect to have a second Little Blue Menu food truck in Athens later this fall. The company said the feedback it receives from customers will help shape menus at “at these existing locations and potential future locations.”
Chick-fil-A has more than 2,800 restaurants in the United States and Canada. The company has recently announced plans to open five stores in the United Kingdom early in 2025. More restaurants are planned elsewhere in Europe and Asia by 2026, the company said.
The company recently closed the first Chick-fil-A location, which had been at the Greenbriar Mall in Southwest Atlanta.