Here in granola and detox land (i.e., Southern California), it's always great to see people go apeshit at the opening of a fat-and-sodium-heavy fast-food joint. The West Coast launch of Krispy Kreme? Lines for days. And the first Chick-fil-A in urban Los Angeles, which premiered last week near the USC campus? Same. Which could be written off as college kids having nothing better to do than sleep on the sidewalk for the promise of free grub. (The first 100 people through the door got gratis Chick-fil-A for a year.) But I suspect the location wasn't the only reason for the crowd. Those fried sammies are wicked good, after all. You could get them at only two spots in the L.A. area until now, as the Atlanta-based chain usually sticks to mall food courts and free-standing stores in the 'burbs. There's a new strategy afoot, though, and it involves city-center restaurants. Washington, D.C., and Chicago are scheduled to get a few Chick-fil-As, too. So, as a welcome to the City of Angels, I'll impart a little Chick-fil-A trivia that the locals should know: The stores are always closed on Sundays (it's a day of worship, heathens!); ad agency The Richards Group coined the "Eat mor chikin" tagline and created the cow mascots; the "Moo Manifesto" dictates that those cows never speak; and you can order a single chicken nugget (no combo meal with that). Eat up, Angelinos! And check out the video of the opening, via Thrillist, after the jump.