Feed | Humboldt Park | Southern/Soul Food | Restaurant
Chicken and down-home comfort cooking. Cash only; BYO.

Our Review

Needless to say, at a chicken shack with a chalkboard menu that begins 1/4 chicken, 1/2 chicken, whole chicken, get the chicken: salty and succulent, it has the golden crackle of skin that makes rotisserie bird so viscerally satisfying. But to round that out there's breakfast, sandwiches and salads, and dinner specials, plus more than a dozen sides, including fried okra, a comfortingly homey corn pudding, and rich and cheesy baked mac ’n’ cheese. For dessert there’s pie and fluffy, creamy banana pudding served in a Styrofoam cup, with Nilla Wafers throughout. Feed is BYOB but the sweet tea’s superb, and there’s a corner store with a decent beer selection a few blocks to the east. Enter the serene brick patio from California.

Nicholas Day

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