Our gold standard for fried chicken in the city. Get the box and thank the fried chicken gods for blessing us with Pies N Thighs. Read more.
Serious southern cooking here. If you're not getting the meatloaf sandwich then stop by for the fried chicken dinner served every Sun and Mon. Hopefully lives up to their old brunch recipe (pictured.) Read more.
For the ultimate in nouveau southern-fried dining, try the Tennessee fried chicken dinner here on Tuesday nights. Featured in Where to Eat 2011! Read more.
ALMOST as good as Pies N Thighs. We get in fights over this one all the time. Either way, excellent fried chicken and the honey butter is a winner. Get a tiki drink with your meal. Read more.
Charles Gabriel serves up his legendary, strictly Southern-style fried chicken uptown at a fraction of the price of anything available in lower Manhattan. [Definitive Fried Chicken List] Read more.
Favorite fried chicken near Flatiron. We prefer the Original over the Mama's skinless option. The milkshakes are outstanding as well. Read more.
"Super affordable ($6.50) and they make the gravy and bread the chicken right in front of you. I swore I could taste a hint of cinnamon in the gravy, I’ll have to confirm on my next visit." Read more.
Satisfy all your Southern cravings at this East Village spot, which opened yesterday. Sweet-tea brined organic chicken suppers, pimento cheese sandwiches and seared pork chops are all on the menu. Read more.
The Taiwanese fried chicken is an all-dark-meat affair of crunchy, moist legs and thighs, squirted with a salty pork sauce. It’s one of our #100best dishes and drinks of 2011. Read more.
Grub St: "Bell & Evans birds in ginger, garlic, lemongrass, oyster sauce, and Thai shrimp paste for 24 hrs. Dredged in rice flour and an Asian cereal and deep-fried, with herbs, fish-chili sauce." Read more.
The best Nashville-style Hot Chicken in the city. Order it Hot (extra dusting of cayenne) and get some $5 cocktails if it's brunch time. Read more.
Get the spicy fried chicken (dredged with flour, corn starch/topped with cajun spices and cayenne) with the tomato-based spicy sauce on the side. Possibly the only place in NYC serving Yaka Mein too. Read more.
Knock-out fried chicken with more black pepper than flour in the supremely crisp crust, mac and cheese, collards laced with smoked turkey wing, and pork ribs slathered with sauce and oven-roasted. Read more.
One of Robert Sietsema's top cheap eats: the wings ($7.81 for six pieces, or sometimes seven) are big and meaty and glazed, and constitute perfect stoner food. Read more.
New. Japanese. Comfort food. Expect fried chicken with soy and ginger, kari kari buns, and miso-cured skirt steak with potato korroke. Taste: Spare Ribs Read more.