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Chicken And Waffles

  1. The Bird Is The Word
    Southern Comfort Meets Southeast Asian Twist at Starry Kitchen’s Fried ChickenOwner Nguyen Tran calls his wife’s take on chicken and waffles “a tasty bastard child of the things we love.”
  2. Fresh
    Doug E. Fresh Is Opening Another RestaurantDo the Dougie.
  3. Yard Birds
    Chicken and Waffles Alert!Buttermilk Channel will be serving them at Smorgaburg this weekend.
  4. The Bird is the Word
    Zimzala Puts Our Chicken and Waffles into a Prosciutto PaniniChef Roy Hendrickson brings our typically monstrous plates into the ordered land of handheld refinement.
  5. Trends
    Hot Sauce and Panko Takes Chicken and Waffle Trend to Whole New LevelThe Richmond District’s brand new Hot Sauce and Panko takes the chicken and waffle trend one step further with its Wings and Waffle combo.
  6. Beef
    Self-Proclaimed Godfather of Soul Food Protests IHOP’s Lack of SoulThe Atlantic City chef thinks the pancake chain’s version of his signature dish doesn’t have soul.
  7. Menu Changes
    After Kandy Kake Sliders Levin Eyes Waffle-Fried ChickenThe Kandy Kake sliders were just the start of menu updates at Adsum.
  8. Hours of Operation
    Ina’s Temporarily Drops DinnerFor the rest of winter, Ina’s is doing just breakfast and lunch.
  9. In the Magazine
    The Final Word on Fried Chicken; Adam Platt on SHO Shaun HergattAlso in the magazine this week: Plum-tomato shakshuka, and Stuffed Artisan Cannolis.
  10. Openings
    Gussie’s Finally Opening TonightLong-awaited soul food restaurant to open in former Powell’s Place.
  11. Openings
    A First Look at Bussaco, the Newest in New Brooklyn CuisineAlums of Le Bernardin and Gotham Bar and Grill keep it real with chicken and waffles.
  12. The In-box
    Where to Get Your Real-Deal Chicken and Waffles On Last week not-exactly-starving comedian Aziz Ansari waxed poetic about chicken and waffles, to the delight of a commenter who wrote: Sweet. A famous person who actually eats! Also, we ARE talking waffles and dinges right? How long do you have to hunt for this thing? I mean I know they put the vicinity it is in on their website, but somehow I imagine hunting for it to be on part with a stoner-type cross between Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure and the hunt for Excalibur.
  13. Neighborhood Watch
    Mermaid Inn UWS to Open Late Fall; Garifunan Cuisine Has Arrived … in theChelsea: Candy Camp confectionary classes for kids start Saturday at Sapa. [Cakehead] Clinton Hill: A confused source says the former Bodegas space will become Clinton Hill Bistro, but that’s what Bodegas had painted on its windows when it was open. [Clinton Hill Blog] Harlem: Doug E. Fresh talks chicken and waffles and the late-night feel of his second restaurant: “Hot Pot, the Caribbean spot I’m opening in December … Harlem’s always been known for its late-night style.” [Uptown Flavor] Long Island City: Big Easy landmark Jacques-Imo’s New York branch has lost its uptown lease and will take refuge in Queens. [Joey in Astoria via Eater] South Bronx: If you’ve been craving Garifunan food (the cuisine of “Coastal Caribbeans of African and Native American descent”), head to newly opened and possibly only-one-of-its-kind Garifuna Star at 640 Prospect Avenue for “curry-esque soup and a fufu-esque plantain dish.” [Eat for Victory/VV] Upper West Side: Danny Abrams plans to open his second Mermaid Inn by the end of the fall. [Eater]
  14. Neighborhood Watch
    Doug E. Fresh Bringing Boxes of Chicken and Waffles to HarlemHarlem: Doug E. Fresh’s chicken-and-waffles restaurant is opening on Adam Clayton Powell Boulevard at 132nd Street. [Uptown Flavor] Long Island City: It was an orgy of animal fats at Saturday’s burger bash at Water Taxi Beach, as this slideshow dramatically demonstrates. [Off the Broiler] Park Slope: Hotel Le Bleu (and its rooftop restaurant, Vue) has pushed back its opening to August 13. [NewYorkology] Upper West Side: Grom has been stealing Beard Papa’s thunder, but the latter’s mango ice shower is just as refreshing as any gelato. And cheaper. [Ed Levine Eats] West Village: Jody Williams’s new wine bar, Gottino, is coming along nicely on Greenwich Avenue. [Eater] Williamsburg: The grubby Chinese place on Bedford Avenue by North 7th Street is turning Japanese. [Lost City]