Before it was a rotisserie chicken spot, Sixty10 was a car wash. And while you could still fit at least a dozen Ford Explorers inside this Little Haiti restaurant, it’s now better suited for bringing groups too large to fit in most restaurants or people who want to eat chicken outside. Sixty10’s seating is entirely outdoors, so it’s a place you want to come on a nice day, armed with a bottle of wine or some beer because it’s also BYOB (with no corking fee). There are some tables for two, picnic benches, and long communal tables as big as the ones from your old middle school cafeteria. And even with all that seating, there’s still enough room to host a medium-size yoga class.
Both the wide-open space and the fact that you can supply your own booze make this a great big group spot - as long as everyone is cool with chicken. That’s mostly what they do here, and the rotisserie bird is served in a few different styles. They have the “farmer special,” which comes with your choice of white or dark meat and a big pile of french fries, or various sandwiches with caramelized onions and chunks of dark meat. In just about every version, the chicken is very good. It’s juicy, well-seasoned, and won’t cost you much more than $10. This is certainly a place that can come in handy if you’re craving chicken, looking for a cheap BYOB spot - which is quite rare in Miami - or just happen to need somewhere to take your yoga class after a particularly strenuous vinyasa class.
Torn bits of rotisserie chicken are combined with caramelized onions and chicken jus, - all between a kaiser roll. This is one of those sandwiches where you will experience a significant amount of spillage, but it’s tasty if you can manage to get everything in one bite.
You have options in choosing a side to go with the quarter chicken here, but you want french fries. Sixty10’s are crispy, not too thin or thick, and you can mix them together with the juicy rotisserie bird for a bite that’ll make you very happy.