What to Eat at Hybird, Questlove and Stephen Starr’s Fried-Chicken Spot in Chelsea Market

You can buy a single piece of Love's Drumsticks for $4.

You can buy a single piece of Love's Drumsticks for $4.Photo: Melissa Hom

Last year, Questlove challenged David Chang to a fried-chicken showdown. Chang won, but Questlove's fighting back by opening his own place in Chelsea Market with restaurateur Stephen Starr. The Hybird menu is broken down into three categories: Love's Drumsticks, which you can get with biscuits and honey butter; Dumplings, in variations like "Crème de la Crab," "Tofu Tofu," and "Curry Up Chicken"; and Questolicious Cupcakes. If anyone can save cupcakes, it's Questlove and his "Sexual Chocolate" and "Miso Ho-ney" flavors. Take a look at the food, space, and menu, straight ahead.


Dumpling flavors include Mornay's Truffled Egg and Cheese & Chard.Photo: Melissa Hom


Cupcakes are made with carrot-thai red curry icing, coconut-lemongrass kaffir lime, and miso buttercream.Photo: Melissa Hom


You can add biscuits, honey butter, and a honey-ginger lemonade slushy to your chicken order.Photo: Melissa Hom


The space.Photo: Melissa Hom

Menu [PDF]

Chelsea Market, 75 Ninth Ave., between 15th and 16th Streets, (212)-989-3332
Monday to Saturday, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., and Sunday, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.


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