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Flip Bird

Restaurants, American Fort Greene
1 out of 5 stars
(1user review)
Cheap eats in NYC
Photograph: David Williams Flip Bird

Time Out says

The team behind Dinosaur Bar-B-Que is further staking its claim on Brooklyn with this waves-making Fort Greene food hall specializing in free-range Amish chickens. Swing by Gotham West Market’s sister location for a midday Mr. Crispy sandwich ($8) or a heartier three-piece fried chicken paired with salt-and-vinegar fries, and white beans with chorizo and kale ($13). You can’t lose with any of those choices, but the budget winner is the whole spatchcocked chicken feast that comes with fries, hot-from-the skillet fried broccoli brown rice and pickled vegetable coleslaw ($32). It’s quite the deal when split four ways.

By: Alyssa Haak



Address: Gotham Market at the Ashland
590 Fulton St
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Users say (1)

1 out of 5 stars
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I was excited to visit this food hall for a while, and I love myself some fried chicken. That said, I was a little underwhelmed by this place. I ordered two pieces of chicken a la carte, and my chicken breast came out as a filet, rather than a breast on the bone, which I found kind of odd. I didn't care for how my chicken was seasoned, and their spicy 'flip sauce' was way less spicy than it was just sweet. Also, there's no mac and cheese on the menu, and while there's no law that states that fried chicken places must also serve mac and cheese..... it's just weird, ya know?! Anyway, I probably wouldn't come back here.