“During the Music City episode of Fluffy’s Food Adventures, John Rich and “Big Kenny” Alphin teach Iglesias about the Nashville staple that is hot chicken. Turns out, their favorite comes from Party Fowl — and they like to wash it down with a little moonshine.”
Nominations are now open for the Nashville Scene’s “Best of Nashville” awards, covering everything from the best places to eat and drink in the city to the best in art and culture.
Party Fowl Executive Chef Bart Pickens brings his 33 years of culinary experience to Nashville’s newest hot chicken concept where he has introduced Music City to a level of heat known as “poultrygeist.” He helped create the menu back in 2014 and has been evolving its options ever since.
Scheduled to open this November, the new Nashville Hot Chicken restaurant will be located at 127 SE Broad Street in the downtown area of Murfreesboro.
The Party Fowl Riunite Rita was featured in the Brentwood Homepage as one of the best summer cocktails to try in Nashville.
In the wake of its recent announcement to open a store in Donelson, Party Fowl reveals plans to expand once again bringing the heat to Murfreesboro, TN.
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Party Fowl, the popular hot chicken restaurant in the Gulch, has announced plans to expand and open a second location at 2620 Lebanon Pike in the spring of 2018.
The Catfish Po’ Boy at Party Fowl comes with Mississippi farm-raised catfish on a French baguette with tomato, lettuce and pickled.
Residents of Donelson will now be able to enjoy Nashville hot chicken closer to home. Party Fowl, the popular hot chicken restaurant in the Gulch, has announced plans to expand and open a second location at 2620 Lebanon Pike in the spring of 2018.