Dining out with baby just got a whole lot easier.
Chick-fil-A restaurants across the country are implementing an unprecedented service, "Mom's Valet."
Here's how it works: Parents order at the drive-thru with their kids in the car, then go inside the restaurant where a Chick-fil-A employee will have a table (and as many high chairs needed) ready for them, and serve them. Pretty cool. right?
The popular chain known for their "Eat mor chikin" advertising campaign took note of the hectic process that moms and dads go through when ordering food with young children. Between getting everyone's menu requests, balancing a tray of food and drink (let's not forget all the ketchup packets, salt and straws) and wrangling all the kids together, eating out isn't always the most relaxing dinner option. Chick-fil-A is hoping their "Mom's Valet" service will help parents avoid all that unnecessary hassle.
In a statement to Business Insider, David Farmer, Chick-fil-A's vice president of menu strategy and development, said that the service is part of the company's renewed focus on "taking the stress out" and making dine-in experiences more relaxing for customers.
The company plans to promote the valet service on signs at the drive-thru.
Don't have a Chick-fil-A near you? These no-stress tips for eating out with baby can be used at every (and any!) restaurant you choose.
(via Business Insider)