Wednesday, September 25, 2013

parson's chicken & fish - chicago, il
2952 west armitage avenue
chicago, il 60647

arrived around 11:30am. on a wednesday afternoon, and were the first table seated outside. service was friendly, drinks were well made, and while the chicken and fish didn't blow me away, both offerings were quite good. the hush puppies were my favorite thing we ordered, as i really liked the incorporation of cream cheese and the specks of ham. parson's is definitely the kind of place i would visit once in a while if i lived in the neighborhood, but i would not recommend going far out of your way to try it.
red hook - george dickel rye, luxardo maraschino, cocchi vermouth di torino, fee bros. old-fashioned bitters
pompelmo americano - letherbee gin, cocchi americano, grapefruit juice, san pellegrino pompelmo, fee bros. grapefruit bitters, salt

ceviche - california white sea bass, guajillo chile, cilantro, jicama, cherry tomatoes, chives, grilled werp farms ramp guacamole, tostada

2 piece fried chicken, 3 piece fried fish

hush puppies - slagel family farms ham hock, cream cheese, scallion, harrissa aioli, three sisters garden cornmeal

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