The 8,000-square-foot restaurant built in 2013 is named after Chick-fil-A's founder S. Truett Cathy. The Hawaiian-style restaurant with Polynesian decor was hand-picked almost entirely by Mr. Cathy himself.

Fayetteville, GA - What do calamari, mahi mahi, fish tacos, sweet potato waffle fries and Chick-fil-A nuggets have in common?

They can all be enjoyed at a one-of-a-kind Mega Chick-fil-A called Truett’s Luau, a Hawaiian-themed Chick-fil-A sit down restaurant located in Fayetteville, Ga., about 22 miles south of Atlanta.

The 8,000-square-foot restaurant was built in 2013, is named after Chick-fil-A founder S. Truett Cathy. It is a Hawaiian-style restaurant with Polynesian decor, which was hand picked almost entirely by Mr. Cathy himself.

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According to its website, Mr. Cathy’s vision was to bring Hawaii to Fayetteville. At 92 years old, he wanted his last project to be a special restaurant focused on having fun and celebrating life with family and friends.

Among all the numerous Polynesian dishes, you still can find all of your usual Chick-fil-A staples -- such as their original sandwich, chicken nuggets and waffle fries. You can see their full menu at truettsluau.chick-fil-a.com. If you are hoping to go on a Sunday, you’re out of luck. Keeping with the tradition of all of the Chick-fil-A locations, this property is closed.

Truett’s Luau is located at 600 W Lanier Ave W Ste 103, Fayetteville, GA 30214. (770) 461-5828

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