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Chick Magnets: A flock of chicken-centered restaurants open in Florida

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Better Byrd in St. Petersburg, Florida, offers chicken with waffles and pancakes, or chicken with mini-doughnuts.

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Chick Magnets: A flock of chicken-centered restaurants open in Florida

Chris Sherman | 2/27/2017

Get all those hogs, pigs and piglets out of here. They’ve had their day on top of restaurant names and menus. There’s a new star critter on Florida shingles.

Chicken.

Not boneless, skinless, diet-food bird but good ol’ fried chicken – as long as it’s red hot, honey-drizzled or double-dipped in plain batter.

Some of the state’s smartest restaurateurs and imaginative chefs have opened a flock of chick-centered restaurants.

ALSO IN THIS ARTICLE: Spring Chicken; Better Byrd; John Rivers; Coop; PDQ; Yardbird

 

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