THIS IS OFFICIAL PERMISSION to eat fried chicken all day long. Not that you need it. Need a little help deciding where to get your fix? Indulge your fried tooth in this quintet of ways:
1125 N. NINTH ST. | 414-708-5541
This counter-service food court spot inside Eleven25 at Pabst offers all kinds of parts – breast, thigh, leg, etc. For sides, you can get mac and cheese, fries, greens, mashed potatoes and gravy, biscuits and much more.
8001 W. GREENFIELD AVE. | 414-258-9110
Buckets in various sizes, chicken dinners, wings and sandwiches are all part of this poultry-heavy menu. A more recent menu addition is the fried thigh – get it served with dipping sauce or as part of a dinner (with fries, coleslaw and Italian bread).
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3. Nino’s Southern Sides
4475 N. OAKLAND AVE. | 414-964-3663
Order your fried chicken with choice of two sides from a list that features collards, yams, mac and cheese, coleslaw, black-eyed peas and others.
4. Daddy’s Soul Food Grille
754 N. 27TH ST. | 414-448-6165
Fried chicken is offered every day on their soul food buffet. And one of the specialties here is that genius combo of fried chicken and waffles.
6732 W. FAIRVIEW AVE. | 414-292-3969
Scroll down the menu posted on Maxie’s website and you’ll find it – buttermilk fried chicken (4 or 6 pieces) served with mashed potatoes and chicken gravy, maple-braised collard greens and orange-honey butter biscuits.