The Dutch

Very happy to finally make it to The Dutch for their Monday Night Fried Chicken Dinner. Since I was in the company of fellow whiskey drinkers, we each had a custom bourbon flight (I especially liked my Four Roses Single Barrel). We were starving, so each of us ordered our own chicken dinner, which included a Bibb salad, four pieces of chicken, and a slice of Kierin’s homemade pie. Normal humans would have stopped right there, but no, not us. We proceeded to order the 40 oz. Beef Rib-eye (dry-aged for 28 days) on the side. Needless to say, it was a ridiculous amount of food. We ate and ate and ate… until it hurt so much that we could barely breathe. (Not really the wisest of decisions, eh?)  I am a huge fan of The Dutch  and I’ve had the fried chicken before at brunch — it was great. But tonight, I must say that it was OUT OF THIS WORLD AMAZING. Hands down, some of the best fried chicken I’ve ever eaten — and the best biscuits. (I’m drooling just thinking about those warm honey biscuits.) Thanks, Chef Jason Hua, for an unforgettable meal!

The Dutch: 131 Sullivan Street (at Prince)

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Making my bourbon selections

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Blanton’s, Finger Lakes ‘McKenzie’, Four Roses Single Barrel

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Bibb Salad, Radish, Smoked Egg, Buttermilk Dressing

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Hot Fried Chicken, Honey Butter Biscuits, Collards

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40 OZ. Beef Rib-eye (Dry-aged for 28 days)

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Kierin’s Caramel Apple Pie

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The Dutch