This week Nashville Lifestyles & local blog, Nearly Native highlight the hot cocktail mixer on their social & news sites.
Party Fowl’s, Chef Bart is listed at number 3 with his choice of the Loco Moco.
We’re pleased to announce that Party Fowl has been recognized with a 2017 Certificate of Excellence, based on the consistently great reviews we’ve earned on TripAdvisor.
Nashville is renowned for its hot chicken, with most restaurants serving it at four different notches: mild, medium, hot and VERY HOT. Grab ranch dressing and pickles to help quench the fire, and don’t forget the piece of white bread under the chicken, soaking up all those delicious spices.
First We Feast writes about Party Fowl: “You should have to sign a waiver to eat it. It’s stupid hot, it’s a chemical.”
Party Fowl Chef Bart Pickens features the delicious, and easy to make recipe, on WSMV’s Today in Nashville.
“One sure way to tick off a Tennessean: Confuse Buffalo wings for hot chicken. Hot chicken is coated in spicy seasonings and usually comes on white bread with a pickle. The smoked wings are flash-fried and then tossed to order, ranging in heat from mild to “Poultrygeist.” Or, you can get them drenched with Buffalo
As featured on KCBX FM. “It’s hot chicken, big brews, and frozen craft-cocktails at Party Fowl in Nashville, Tennessee. At Party Fowl restaurant in Nashville Tennessee, hot is an understatement, as they have refined the art of serving “Nashville Hot” southern fried chicken to a fine art. This sit-down eatery has only been open a couple years,
“Nothing quite fires us up as a nation like watching the Olympics. There’s just something about turning on the TV and watching top athletes who’ve devoted their very lives to one sport competing for an ugly necklace that makes us feel all weepy as we lick the Doritos dust off our fingers. While these five meals fall far short of that kind of carb-loading, rest assured you will feel like a champ after each and every one, because you are the winner of eating.
“Hot chicken restaurant and bar Party Fowl is bringing in some well-known names to help overhaul its cocktail program, as restaurant owners Austin Smith and Nick Jacobson have enlisted Nashville Ice Lab owners Freddy Schwenk and Matt Buttel to oversee the changes.”