It seems like it was just yesterday when I lived in a neighborhood that was missing something. It was missing something big. My daughter and I would discuss how great it would be to have a Chick-fil-A near our house.
To say that a lot of places in the Amarillo area are short staffed is an understatement. We see restaurants and fast food places almost begging for people to come apply. Since the pandemic hit a lot of people just don't want to work.
With the weather being what is was on Wednesday you know all that crazy snow? Remember that? Like a blink of an eye it was gone. That is the Texas Panhandle for you. Don’t like the weather here wait ten minutes and it is bound to change.
I am a fan of all things spicy. The spicier the better. Anytime I go out to eat I look for that option. Sometimes I know it is going to make my stomach hurt later on but I am OK with that. For that short time that I get to eat the spiciness I am in heaven
If I told you we as Amarilloan's were generous what would you think? We have seen it time and time again. It has especially been noticed during this year we call 2020. We have stepped up to help people. That is what being generous is all about.
It was about this time last year when the whole chicken sandwich war started. I think competition is good. The more good restaurants we get of any kind just gives us more choices and ups the battle for the best.
In this time of uncertainty the one thing that is certain is Chick-fil-a on Georgia finds new ways to surprise us. During a pandemic they came up with a new item that I am rather excited to try. Luckily I don’t have to wait too long.
Restaurants in Amarillo have to have competitiveness to survive here in Amarillo. We have seen this in the countless number of places closing recently. It's great to see two competitor's encouraging each other in the spirit of the game.