The wings and tenders are the real stars here—of course no Hotville star shines brighter than chef-owner Kim Prince, descendant of Nashville's iconic hot chicken restaurant, Prince's. Prince slings piles of chicken at her L.A. pop-up, serving it simply—and traditionally—with pickles and a few slices of plain white bread, a nod to back home. Of course if you really want some heat, order the massive tray, complete with sides like kale slaw or the pepper-packed mac and cheese. Sometimes Prince will do the occasional pop-up in Long Beach or Gardena, and sometimes you'll have to come to her or hire her to come to you. However you're getting your Hotville fix, you're getting a taste of Nashville royalty. Appreciate every bite.