Blue Smoke alum Amanda Beame dishes out at Southern classics updated with sustainable ingredients at this homestyle eatery. On the menu: fried free-range chicken, Hudson Valley collard greens and pimento cheese sandwiches. The simple 17-seat space features an L-shaped reclaimed-wood bar and exposed brick.
|Venue name:||Bobwhite Lunch and Supper Counter||Contact:|
94 Ave C
|Cross street:||between 6th and 7th Sts|
|Opening hours:||Wed–Sun noon–10pm|
|Transport:||Subway: L to First Ave|
|Price:||Average main course: $10. AmEx, MC, V|
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I'm always in search of amazing fried chicken and this is definitely some of the best I've found in the city. I love the location in Alphabet City too! The prices are very reasonable. I recommend checking it out!
unbelievable find. knew i was coming in to the city yesterday with my mom and sister-in-law and found an online review of this place as being pretty good AND cheap. yeah, it was under $50 for three of us. mom and i had the chicken sandwich with a mustard sauce on it and it was amazing. sister-in-law got herself a chicken dinner and even ate the coleslaw (which she normally doesn't like). i also got me some fried okra, which i could probably live on for the rest of my life.
go out of your way and eat here. it's a rrrrrreally tiny restaurant so if you have to wait, do it. the waitsatff is sweet and friendly, too (so make sure you tip well!)