Lucy’s Fried Chicken

I made my way over to Lucy’s Fried Chicken this weekend. I knew it would be good… It’s the same fried chicken from the Olivia stand at ACL. But what really interested me were the fried deviled eggs… I just had to know what these were all about.

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Here is a little preview of the menu. They are big paper ones. I was kind of hoping the server would bring out some crayons so I could color on it or play tic-tac-toe. No dice but maybe next time. We sat on the patio which had heaters, a tv and is dog friendly. Of course while there, we ran into two different groups of friends. Always nice to see familiar faces.

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I’m an oyster lover so we tried the Diablo oysters on recommendation from a friend. I like spicy food y’all, but these seriously had a kick! Whoa! Watch out.

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Here are those fried deviled eggs I was talking about. They are good and really heavy and rich. This is definitely a place you want to go ready to grub.

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A little peek at the inside. They are served slightly warm and with a sauce. I really enjoyed them, definitely not something you could eat more than one or two of at a time though!

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To counter act all the spiciness we got a side of mashed Mexican coke sweet potatoes. Yes, they are super sweet! Almost like dessert but perfect for putting the fire out in my mouth after those Diablo oysters!

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This is the basket of fried chicken. Which was perfectly crispy and juicy. It was delicious! The bucket of chicken is much bigger and would definitely be better for sharing with a larger group.

They have a full bar, stocked with mostly Texas stuff. Love it!

Hope y’all enjoy this place as much as I did!

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