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The Dwarf House (originally The Dwarf Grill) started out in 1946 in Hapeville, Ga., when "a young man named Truett Cathy and his brother Ben pooled their savings, sold their car, and took out a loan to come up with $10,000 to open the Dwarf Grill." It had 10 counter stools and four tables. By the mid-1960s Cathy had opened a handful of other Dwarf House locations and expanded to include a number of Chick-fil-A locations in malls across Georgia.

(Credit: © Chick-fil-A)
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