The chicken comes fried or a la pecan rotisserie, and chicken from both preparations was moist and flavorful. Plates come with a choice of two sides, a huge biscuit and homemade bread-and-butter pickles for about $9. Family-style orders come with half or whole chickens, fried chicken tenders, sides and biscuits for $24 and $36. There is also a kid’s menu, including juice popsicles. The space includes some covered outdoor seating, and exterior lighting is unique. The outdoor stage is a wooden work of art by local Oak Cliff artisan Gary Buckner. The restaurant adjoins the newly opened Foundry Bar, so the combination should become a real hangout.
Chicken Scratch: New casual restaurant on Fort Worth Avenue
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