The Brooklyn Food Power Rankings 

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Buttermilk Channel Fried chicken


Fried Chicken

#1. Buttermilk Channel
The signature dish of this Southern-inspired menu has flown the coop and is now served at Smorgasburg and other pop-up occasions alone. It’s crispy, juicy, well-seasoned enough to moisten its accompanying buttermilk biscuit.
524 Court St, Carroll Gardens

#2. The Commodore
Three super-crunchy and juicy thighs served with hot sauce and honey butter. (Crunchy and juicy thighs is kind of a gross phrase, sorry).
366 Metropolitan Ave, Brooklyn

#3. Talde’s Korean Fried Chicken
The Deep South ain’t got nuthin’ on Talde’s Asian-influenced double-fried birds. Rice flour provides a perfect thin and crispy coat for the expertly moist chicken, pre-sliced for easy handling and served on a puddle of spicy yogurt kimchee, enlivened by a strew of sliced grapes and mint.
369 Seventh Ave, Park Slope



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