The Fried Chicken Parlors Of New Orleans 9th Ward: Discount Zone

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2018/09/23 11:36:05 (permalink)

The Fried Chicken Parlors Of New Orleans 9th Ward: Discount Zone

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    Re: The Fried Chicken Parlors Of New Orleans 9th Ward: Discount Zone 2018/09/23 11:36:42 (permalink)
    There are dozens of quick marts around town selling two piece chicken combos for .99c
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    Re: The Fried Chicken Parlors Of New Orleans 9th Ward: Discount Zone 2018/09/27 02:25:21 (permalink)
    So are they doing this all day long or just around lunch time?  
     
    Around here, gas station chicken places are usually a franchise or one of those automated pressure fryer systems from the likes of Chester Fried or Louisiana Krispy Krunchy.  The latter can be damn good but both types of places seem to have decreasing numbers of outlets.
     
    Independent fried chicken shops, and there are many, including a couple of up-scalish type places, tend to be operated by Black or Oriental owners and many operate out of what appear to be former Church's locations.  They can have huge menus of 'chicken, rice and seafood.'
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    Re: The Fried Chicken Parlors Of New Orleans 9th Ward: Discount Zone 2018/09/27 10:07:01 (permalink)
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    So are they doing this all day long or just around lunch time?  
     
    Around here, gas station chicken places are usually a franchise or one of those automated pressure fryer systems from the likes of Chester Fried or Louisiana Krispy Krunchy.  The latter can be damn good but both types of places seem to have decreasing numbers of outlets.
     
    Independent fried chicken shops, and there are many, including a couple of up-scalish type places, tend to be operated by Black or Oriental owners and many operate out of what appear to be former Church's locations.  They can have huge menus of 'chicken, rice and seafood.'


    All day and all night as many outlets are open 24/7. You can get a bottle of brandy, a pack of smokes, a fried chicken basket and a clutch of lotto tickets at 4am. You might be able to get a to go daquiri as well depending on the shop.
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