Philly's Fried Chicken & Sandwich Guide

 Philly's Fried Chicken & Sandwich Guide

Philly's Fried Chicken & Sandwich Guide

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Best City Chicken PhillyPhiladelphia, PA - Historically, Philadelphia is known for its long roll lunches—cheesesteaks and hoagies and roast pork—but recently, another sandwich is growing in popularity: Fried Chicken Sandwich.

And Philly restaurants are turning out fried chicken sandwichs with hot sauce and blue cheese, melted cheese and aioli, slaw and pickles, and more. Below are a few of the latest versions currently ruling the roost:

 Best Fried Chicken City In Philly

Love & Honey Fried Chicken – Offering up specialty fried chicken platters and pies along with Southern-style sides with a counter-style service. 1100 N Front St, Philadelphia, PA 19123

The Nashville hot buns at Midtown Village's retro Bud & Marilyn's or fried chicken sliders. Ranch dressing, slaw, along pickles to balance out the hot sauce buzz for a flavorful first course. 1234 Locust Street, (215) 546-2220

This N'awlins bar and restaurant, Catahoula Bar & Restaurant, offers southern chicken sandwich inspiration. The Kickin' Buffalo Chicken comes with blue cheese, house buffalo sauce, and basil buttermilk dressing. 775 S. Front Street, (215) 271-9300

created for Spruce Street Harbor Park's summer season, Federal Donuts' signature sandwich with buttermilk ranch-spiced chicken, American cheese, dill pickles, and spicy Rooster Sauce on Martin's potato roll ignited a full-blown craze. 1632 Sansom Street, (215) 665-1101; 1219 S. 2nd Street, (267) 687-8258, 701 N. 7th Street, (267) 928-3893; 3428 Sansom Street, (267) 275-8489

Hunnie's Crispy Chicken announced the grand opening of Glu Hospitality's newest concept featuring a complete menu of crispy chicken and comfort food favorites from Chef Chino Chang. 223 S Sydenham St Philadelphia, PA 19102 (267) 214-0086

Many chicken sandwich cravers want to hold the chicken, and for them, HipCityVeg provides the perfect solution. The Crispy HipCity Ranch swaps in a battered meatless substitute, along with peppercorn ranch dressing and even an option to make the whole shebang Buffalo-style. 127 S. 18th Street, (215) 278-7605; 214 S. 40th Street, (267) 244-4342

Khyber Pass Pub does its po'boy two ways: The fried chicken comes in vegan and carnivorous incarnations. Either way, it's dressed in creole mustard, mayo, lettuce, tomato, pickles, and a New Orleans-born Leidenheimer roll. 56 S. 2nd Street, (215) 238-5888

Crispy chicken, bacon, tomato, and guacamole come together harmoniously at North 3rd. The Northern Liberties gastropub serves its special concoction with expertly made fries.
801 N. 3rd Street, (215) 413-3666

Adding its spin to the genre, South Philly bruncherie Porto turns out Yo Cuz—chicken between two cheddar waffles. It is also tucked inside: bacon, iceberg lettuce, tomato, and an intriguing jalapeño maple yogurt butter glaze. 1301 S. 11th Street, (267) 928-3956

When Shake Shack veers away from its burger and dog formula, it's for a good reason. The Chicken Shack combines a crispy chicken breast with lettuce, pickles, and buttermilk herb mayo on a soft potato bun. 2000 Sansom Street, (215) 809-1742; 3200 Chestnut Street, (267) 338-3464; 160 N. Gulph Road, King of Prussia, (267) 428-7560

Fried chicken comes in many forms at The Twisted Tail, including the sandwich crowning the lunch menu. Toasted ciabatta sets the stage for buttermilk-soaked chicken topped with melted Cabot cheddar. 509 S. 2nd Street, (215) 558-247

Must-Taste Sandwiches In The Region

Every gastropub needs a reputable sandwich, and Brick & Brew Pub in Havertown, Delaware County, go the extra mile. A buttermilk fried chicken sandwich gets gussied up with vinegar slaw and garlic-chili aioli. 2138 Darby Road, Havertown, (484) 455-7250

The reverent Southern Cross Kitchen chicken sandwich sticks to the simplicity of the classic. Of course, buttermilk-fried chicken breast, pickles, and mayo hardly need adornment. 8 E. 1st Avenue, Conshohocken, (484) 344-5668

When an eatery specializes in fried chicken, as West Philly's Wishbone does, sandwich combos' possibilities are limitless. They range from The Southern (coleslaw, pickles, and tomato marmalade) to The Cordon Bleu (chorizo, Swiss cheese, and honey mustard) to The Dirty Bird (chili, barbecue sauce, pickled jalapeño, and provolone). 4034 Walnut Street, (215) 921-3204

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