Federal Donuts Adds Fried Chicken Sandwich to All Stores


Federal Donuts Fried Chicken Sandwich is sticking around.

Federal Donuts fried chicken sandwich will live beyond Port FedNuts at Spruce Street Harbor Park. The twice-fried boneless chicken breast sandwich that’s dusted with buttermilk ranch seasoning and topped with American cheese, Rooster Sauce and dill pickle chips has been a hit all summer on the River. And starting on Monday, September 14th at 11 a.m., the fried chicken sandwich will be available at all four Federal Donuts locations.

The $6.75 sandwich will also be offered for delivery via Caviar, or you can pre-order online and schedule an in shop pickup.

Federal Donuts locations are in Pennsport, Center City, Poplar and University City.

Now if they’ll just sell those cinnamon mini-donuts everywhere. They might just be my favorite of all their donuts.

Federal Donuts [Official]

More Details on Fishtown’s Andy’s Chicken

andys-fried-chicken-koreanAndy Choi is the owner of the forthcoming Andy’s Chicken at Memphis and Norris Streets in Fishtown. Choi says he’s about two weeks out from opening and has some other details to share.

Andy’s Chicken will be serving Korean fried chicken with at least six special sauces:

  • Sweet Chili
  • Honey Garlic
  • Golden Soy
  • Cajun
  • Hot and Spicy
  • Sweet BBQ

Also look for Korean-style beef and pork barbecue dishes on the menu.

Andy’s Chicken [Foobooz]

Gus’s World Famous Fried Chicken Is Coming To South Philly


We first made the joyous announcement back in February that Gus’s World Famous Fried Chicken–that famous Memphis brand, currently in the middle of an expansion cycle–was looking at Philly as one of the possible cities for a new, out-of-state location. We didn’t know much other than the fact that Gus’s was exploring its options. Hell, despite our enthusiasm, we weren’t even sure that Philadelphia was going to make the final cut.

But now, we have some good news.

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New Friday Night Family Friendly Options at Supper

Supper's pastrami fried chicken

Supper’s pastrami fried chicken

Supper knows that not everyone sees Friday nights as the second best night of the week to get blackout drunk (the best night, of course, being Thursday). That’s why the restaurant has made Friday night, Family Night. Chef and owner Mitch Prensky has added a Family and Friends dinner option ($35 for adults, $15 for kids) as well as an a la carte kids menu that sounds like one of the best kids menus anywhere.

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Philly Eats All The Chickens: BonChon Crippled By Demand


Seriously? It’s like you people have never seen fried chicken before.

The lines, the waits, the epic crowds–all of this has served to throw a big, chicken-smelling wrench into the grand opening plans at BonChon in Chinatown. First, they had to scale back their hours so they could focus on their dinner crowds during the grand opening weekend–dumping lunch service entirely and opening at 5pm. Then they made that schedule temporarily permanent, announcing that, for the time being, the hours were going to be 5pm-11pm only. That schedule still stands, and today they’ve had to scale back even more.

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Gus’s Fried Chicken Is Coming To Philly


This has been a pretty good week for people who love fried chicken.

First, we finally saw the opening of Bon Chon Korean Fried Chicken, which threw wide the doors after a looooong wait just yesterday in Chinatown. And now, there’s news that the very-not-Korean Gus’s Fried Chicken is coming to Philly by way of Memphis.

This is awesome for two reasons. 1) More fried chicken is never a bad thing. And 2) I’ve been to Gus’s before, and can report that that “World Famous” on its sign is well-deserved.

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Celebrate Groundhog Day with Fried Chicken


Starting on February 2, the first Monday of every month at Jerry’s Bar is going to mean fried chicken, sticky buns and beer.

The bar just so happens to be inaugurating its new Monday chicken tradition on a very important holiday: Groundhog Day. And in celebration of this fact Groundhog Day (the movie starring Bill Murray) is going to be playing on repeat all throughout the night.

In addition to enjoying the cinematic stylings of one of America’s finest films, for just $20 per person, guests are invited to chow down on fried half-chickens, sticky buns by Breakin’ Bread Bakery, and a pint of Kenzinger.

Tickets for the event can be purchased here. And remember: Don’t drive angry.

Jerry’s Bar [f8b8z]

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