When Jacob’s Pickles opened on the Upper West Side in 2011, it was one of the first truly cool restaurants in a neighborhood better known for its sleepy dining scene than hip eateries and bars. The back-to-basics menu was one we could get behind (goodbye, stale chicken wings and greasy fries). The Southern-focused spot specializes in comfort foods: Nashville hot chicken, biscuits, mac and cheese and, of course, pickles. Now we have a taste of down-home cooking with one of their best dishes: the fried chicken sandwich. In their first-ever expansion to Brooklyn, Jacob's Pickles brings what they do best: a pillowy biscuit plays well with the crispy chicken, a richness that is cut by the acidity of their sour pickles. It's our dish of the day!
Worldwide North America United States New York State New York Time Out Market Dish of the Day: Jacobs Pickles’ fried chicken sandwich