“Crispy, salty breading gives way to fluffy expanses of white or dark meat that falls off the bone with the same exquisite grace as you'll find at your better barbecue establishments.”
Southern-style comfort food like fried chicken and biscuits are the staples at this fast-food restaurant..
Church's Chicken first opened in 1952 across the street from the Alamo in San Antonio, Texas, selling only fried chicken. Today, the restaurant has locations across the U.S., and offers a variety of Southern specialties. In addition to fried chicken, the menu features Crunchy Tenders (white-meat chicken strips) and Texas Chicken: a half chicken with char-grilled flavored seasonings. Sides include Honey Butter Biscuits, Jalapeno Cheese Bombers, mashed potatoes with gravy and fried okra.
Bow Down to Church's. Church's marinates its chicken pieces in some sort of sodium solution, which greatly agitated one eccentrically-dressed gentleman during a recent visit, but results in a flavorful, moist chicken-eating experience. Crispy, salty breading gives way to fluffy expanses of white or dark meat that falls off the bone with the same exquisite grace as you'll find at your better barbecue establishments. Somewhat crinkly fries aren't as crisp as one would like, but any disappointment is abated by Church's clever campaign to round your purchase up to the nearest dollar by offering bonus pieces or sides. Step aside, Popeye; not so fast, Mrs. Winner. Colonel Sanders, concede now. The divine fast-food fried-chicken franchise is found at Church's.
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