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  • Fried Chicken at Georgia's Eastside BBQ

  • Roasted Maple-Crust Chicken at the Brooklyn Star

  • Chicken Yakitori Lunch at Yakitori Totto

  • Buttermilk Fried Chicken with Cheddar Waffles at Buttermilk Channel

  • Deviled Egg at Fort Defiance

  • Cold Onsen Poached Egg at Katsuno

  • Golden Pickled Egg at the Vanderbilt

Fried Chicken at Georgia's Eastside BBQ

Fried chicken at Georgia's Eastside
BBQ Aggressively salted, buttermilk-soaked, crusty, crunchy, juicy and hot—that's how we like our fried chicken, and that's how Georgia's chef Shawn Collins makes it every time. 192 Orchard St between E Houston and Stanton Sts (212-253-6280, georgiaseastsidebbq.com). $14.

Fried chicken at Georgia's Eastside
BBQ Aggressively salted, buttermilk-soaked, crusty, crunchy, juicy and hot—that's how we like our fried chicken, and that's how Georgia's chef Shawn Collins makes it every time. 192 Orchard St between E Houston and Stanton Sts (212-253-6280, georgiaseastsidebbq.com). $14.

Roasted maple-crust chicken at the Brooklyn Star
This delicate wood-oven-roasted bird is a departure from the rest of chef Joaquin Baca's burly, bacon-addled Southern menu. The moist flesh gets its vibrant flavor from sage leaves, sprigs of thyme and lemon slices tucked beneath the skin. 33 Havemeyer St between North 7th and 8th Sts, Williamsburg, Brooklyn (718-599-9899, thebrooklynstar.com). $19.

Buttermilk fried chicken with cheddar waffles at Buttermilk Channel
Riffing on the Southern classic, a cheddar-laced waffle is topped with half a buttermilk-dipped, snappy-skinned bird, made even tastier with a drizzle of balsamic--maple syrup reduction. 524 Court St at Huntington St, Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn (718-852-8490, buttermilkchannelnyc.com). $18.

Chicken yakitori lunch at Yakitori Totto
Previously a dinner-only spot, the semihidden Japanese grilling specialist recently unveiled a set lunch, featuring miso soup, salad and a trio of chicken-thigh skewers char-grilled with smoky precision. 251 W 55th St between Broadway and Eighth Ave, second floor (212-245-4555). $10.

Deviled egg at Fort Defiance
Chef Bobby Duncan's spicy nibble has a smooth center—whipped with mayo, Dijon mustard, Greek yogurt, Old Bay, cayenne pepper and lemon juice—and a pickled bite from cured mustard seeds. 365 Van Brunt St at Dikeman St, Red Hook, Brooklyn (347-453-6672, fortdefiancebrooklyn.com). $3.

Cold onsen poached Egg at Katsuno
After 40 minutes in a 140-degree bath, the egg white gets silky and the yolk transforms into a loose, savory custard that spills into a bonito-and-seaweed broth when pricked. 103-01 Metropolitan Ave at 71st Rd, Forest Hills, Queens (718-575-4033, katsunorestaurant.com). $4.

Golden pickled egg at the Vanderbilt
Saffron gives this orb a sunshiney exterior and a subtly floral fragrance. Poised on savory tomato hydrabadi chutney and piquant microgreens, it's a tiny, well-rounded meal. 570 Vanderbilt Ave at Bergen St, Prospect Heights, Brooklyn (718-623-0570, thevanderbiltnyc.com). $4.

 

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