Dining pick of the week: The Chicken Shack
Some of the most unusual places have the best food. Steven Plummer of The Chicken Shack receives fresh chicken daily, coats and seasons it, cooks it and then serves it to customers inside Choice Sinclair.
July 18, 2011 - 11:16 pm
PICK OF THE WEEK:
THE CHICKEN SHACK
8095 S. Rainbow Blvd. at WindmilL Lane, 260-8517
Some of the most unusual places have the best food. Steven Plummer receives fresh chicken daily, coats and seasons it, cooks it and then serves it to customers inside Choice Sinclair. So while the car is being washed and waxed, take the time to enjoy some tasty wings and fingers with one of 14 sauces, including garlic Parmesan, ranch, honey barbecue, Damn Hot, blue cheese, teriyaki and habanero honey. Wings can be ordered from six to 100, while fingers begin at five and climb to 50. The No. 4 combo platter is three wings and three fingers with fries. Among the sides are barbecue baked beans, coleslaw, veggie sticks and potato or macaroni salad. Fries can be ordered regular or with cheese and homemade chili. The Shack Salad is served with fried or grilled chicken, while the Shack Pack is 25 wings or 20 fingers with three large sides for $26.95. All Shack Burgers (single, double or triple) come with fries, and the kids’ meal (for diners 10 years or younger) is two fingers with fries. A basket of wings or fingers begins at $5.95, and a single hamburger is $5.49. The Chicken Shack is open from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sunday.
— Jack Bulavsky