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Where to Get the Best Fried Chicken in Chicago
If anyone has sold more fowl recently than Leghorn, it’s Honey Butter Fried Chicken, which has gone through about 20,000 chickens since Josh Kulp and Christine Cikowski opened it in September 2013.
Chicago Tribune 2014 Dining Awards
Lucky for Chicago, enough fried chickens came to light in 2013 to assess a year-end inventory. Among contenders: Smalls Smoke Shack & More, Endgrain, Parson's Chicken & Fish, all worthy of hosannas, but our hands-down favorite this past year came from Avondale's Honey Butter Fried Chicken. Its masterminds, Christine Cikowski and Josh Kulp, evolved their roving underground Sunday Dinners into a wholly original concept: a line up, sit-down brick-and-mortar serving boutique picnic food. At the center is that wondrous fried chicken - boneless, skin-on thigh and breast (whole drumsticks too), double-battered to a loud crunch, dusted with smoked paprika and reminiscent of Spanish chorizo.
HONEY BUTTER FRIED CHICKEN PIZZA NOW EXISTS, AND IT'S INCREDIBLE
Proving there is a God (... who likes pizza... and fried chicken...), Piece and Honey Butter Fried Chicken have joined delicious forces to produce Chicago's first-ever Fried Chicken Pizza, a February-only pie special to end all pie specials.
The Brunch Dish: Finger-lickin' Weekend Fare at Honey Butter Fried Chicken
Kiss your New Year's cleanses goodbye, there's fried chicken French toast to be had. Honey Butter Fried Chicken ups the comfort ante on brunch with a new selection of weekend brunch dishes. Because the only way to make honey butter-slathered fried chicken more salacious is by heaping it over a plate of challah French toast.
The Best New Chicago Restaurants That Opened In 2013
Chicago's thriving restaurant scene continued to scale new heights this year with fresh helpings of cutting-edge cocktails, craft versions of comfort food and other epicurean delights.