Although the name might point to a different kind of preparation, the latest addition to the Chinatown chicken scene is all about Korean-fried bird. Unlike other spots in the city that limit wings and thigh offerings to soy garlic and spicy, bbq’s menu offers up birds fried in olive oil, tossed in a combo of mascarpone and cheddar along with red hot and honey garlic. Choose from boneless or bone-in and don’t skip the delicious pickled daikon on the side.
|Venue name:||bbq Chicken|
928 Race St
|Cross street:||between N 10th and Hutchinson Sts|
|Opening hours:||Mon–Thu, Sun noon–10:30pm; Fri, Sat noon–1am|
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