Harold's Chicken Shack #59 | Englewood | American | Restaurant
Great fried chicken from a dark, forbidding little hole conveniently adjacent to Lee's E.T. Lounge.

Our Review

Among the older, more classically ornamented outposts in the great Harold’s Chicken Shack empire, #59 is a prime example of a dark, forbidding little hole in a grim neighborhood from which great fried chicken emerges. It also shows evidence of the maverick spirit of various HCS proprietors, who sometimes veer from the template of a uniform chain with interesting and positive results. The chickens fried here are large, with stout, meaty wings and breasts that remain juicy, tender, and unpunished by the hot fresh-tasting oil. Other little touches make all the difference: a highly seasoned peppery crust, an unusually thick hot sauce, and thin batter-fried french fries. Conveniently, #59 adjoins Lee’s E.T. Lounge, where “all parties will be catered by Harold’s Chicken Shack.”

Mike Sula

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