“Coastal, comfort, soul, and street food”
The sun-drenched outdoor bliss of this neighborhood hangout’s first summer may be his- tory, but that doesn’t stop the Negroni Slushies from flowing: The icy cocktail churns away in a Slurpee-style machine behind the eight-seat bar. And although the sprawling, stroller-friendly patio is in hibernation, the comfy tavern continues to draw a mellow group with affordable drinks, comforting fried chicken, and a sweet-as-pie staff.
Between its tempura-and-beer-battered fish fry and delightfully crispy, 12-hour brined, chile pepper-rubbed fried chicken, it goes without saying that the birthplace of the Negroni slushie knows its way around a deep fryer. The can't-miss? A bone-out fried Amish chicken thigh sandwich ($10), stacked with slaw, American cheese, hot sauce, aioli and NorthStar pickles.
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Parson's Chicken & Fish
- Sun - Fri: 10:00 am - 2:00 am
- Sat: 10:00 am - 3:00 am
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