Row 34 Introduces Fried Chicken Sundays

Fish meets fowl at Jeremy Sewall's Fort Point seafood hub.

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It remains to be seen if anyone usurp Tiffani Faison’s exemplary buttermilk fried chicken at Sweet Cheeks Q, State Park’s Nashville hot, or Cassie Piuma’s standout Turkish-style fried thighs at Sarma, but chef Jeremy Sewall is certainly up for the challenge. Adding a bit more fowl to his seafood-heavy concept in Fort Point, Sewall is launching Fried Chicken Sunday starting this week. In addition to the full menu, Row 34 will offer a fried chicken dinner special ($23) that includes pommes purèe, gravy, and coleslaw.

Sewall says the recipe is a riff on what he makes at home for his kids. Using all-natural Bell & Evans chickens, Sewall first brines then briefly roasts his birds. After letting them cool, he dredges them in buttermilk, hot sauce, and a dry mixture of flour, mustard powder, paprika, and cayenne, before frying to a golden brown.

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