Dirty Bird To Go

155 Chambers St New YorkNY10007
Open
Sunday
10:30am-10:00pm
Monday
10:30am-10:00pm
Tuesday
10:30am-10:00pm
Wednesday
10:30am-10:00pm
Thursday
10:30am-10:00pm
Friday
10:30am-10:00pm
Saturday
10:30am-10:00pm
Payment Methods: Visa, MasterCard, American Express
Average Rating
4
Total Reviews
(144)
Recommended 0
Not Recommended 0
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by merchantcircle on March 22, 2015 from merchantcircle

Tips

What to Drink: Choose from a variety of the tasty Boyland's bottled soft drinks or sip down some fresh, fizzy lemonade. Skip the oddly flavored iced tea.
by ezlocal on November 06, 2012 from ezlocal
What to Drink:
Choose from a variety of the tasty Boyland's bottled soft drinks or sip down some fresh, fizzy lemonade. Skip the oddly flavored iced tea.
by Citysearch on April 21, 2009 from Citysearch

Editorial Reviews

Dirty Bird To Go Restaurant Review:
Allison Vines-Rushing (late of Jack’s Luxury Oyster Bar) is manning the stoves---we mean deep-fat fryer---at this take-away chicken counter on bustling West 14th Street. They don’t just fry the chicken---they brine, buttermilk and then fry it. And, just for good measure, they fry it again. Slow-roasted bird is also available, but it pales in comparison to the fried stuff, which, as you could...
by gayot on November 04, 2011 from gayot
Mom and pop from Louisiana and Mississippi bring the south to the west side. Cornbread, mac ‘n’ cheese, homemade lemonade. Birds made for modern times: chickens are all-natural, antibiotic-free, and raised in Pennsylvania Amish country. Two options for your to-go pleasure, either buttermilk dipped and fried or slow-roasted rotisserie. (Wraps and salads, too, for the ascetics.) White-tiled space...
by blackbookmag on October 02, 2011 from blackbookmag
Authentic southerners dish up organic fried chicken just like your momma used to make: top-quality birds that are brined, then soaked in buttermilk before frying. Sworn off fried foods? The ferris wheel for chickens — rotisserie bird — is available too.
by nyc on April 21, 2008 from nyc
Upscale fast-food joint with chicken on the brain.:
The Scene
The small space is standing-room-only for residents of Chelsea and the Village. Many stop by to see what chefs Slade Rushing and Allison Vines-Rushing have been up to since...
by by Erin Behan at Citysearch on March 18, 2008 from Citysearch

Information from the business

Dirty Bird To Go offers fresh, local, and sustainable organic foods in a casual setting in New York City. Dirty Birds are all-natural chickens. Humanely raised in Pennsylvania Amish Country, veggie fed and antibiotic free.
by yahoolocal on August 03, 2015 from yahoolocal