It’s remarkably easy to screw up something as simple as roast chicken, yet most people do. Luckily, Sixty10 manages to do the opposite, serving a juicy organic bird seasoned in secret Portuguese spices that’s quite possibly the tastiest French-style chicken on this side of the Atlantic. The modest Little Haiti restaurant belongs to French-born Corentin Finot, Romain Breton and Claude Postel—who, nostalgic for the kind of rotisserie bird they would find sold throughout Paris on the weekends, decided to open their own in 2018. Sixty10’s concept is as uncomplicated as its hero product: customers order from a walk-up window and wait for their food to be brought out to their picnic table. It’s a mostly poultry-focused spread—sandwiches, wraps, salads, wings—featuring fresh sides, like house-made tabouleh salad and hand-cut fries, that hold their own against the heavenly chicken.