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Peaches Hothouse

718-483-9111

415 Tompkins Ave.

Brooklyn, NY 11216

Nashville-style fried chicken is hard to find in NYC, but you can get a solid plate of it at Peaches Hot House. This place is owned by the same people who run Peaches, but it’s a little more casual. The food is similar, but here there’s more of a focus on comfort food. They do stuff you want to eat with a beer - like barbecue shrimp, fried green tomatoes, and a burger. Although if you don’t order the fried chicken, you’re doing it wrong. That’s the main reason you come here. Order it hot.

We’re confident that the fried chicken sandwich at Peaches Hothouse went to the Cristiano Ronaldo school of self-promotion. On the menu, it’s called “The Best Chicken Sandwich Anywhere,” and the bun is lathered in comeback sauce - a combination of mayo, ketchup, honey, Cajun seasoning. Juices from the Nashville-style hot chicken run down your hand as soon as you pick it up, while the cayenne on the hot and extra hot versions hits your nose like smelling salts. And like Ronaldo, it lives up to the hype every time.

It’s not a matter of if you should order the fried chicken sandwich from Peaches Hothouse, it’s only a matter of getting it ‘hot’ or ‘extra hot.’ If you go with extra hot, you’ll probably want to add an iced cocktail to your order as well. Like the original in Fort Greene, the Bed-Stuy location of this Southern spot is open daily, with links to delivery options on their website.

Peaches Hot House is one of the many Peaches offshoots that specializes in Nashville hot chicken. Bring yourself here when you need a reminder about why hot sauce matters, and don’t forget to add a side of mac and cheese to your order. The outdoor tables along the sidewalk here are bright red, so you can’t miss this Southern spot on the corner of Tompkins Avenue & Hancock Street. Note: your meal will likely make it impossible for you to do anything else for the rest of your day - accept this fact as a part of its magic.

Peaches Hot House is one of the many Peaches offshoots that specializes in Nashville hot chicken. Bring yourself here when you need a reminder about why hot sauce matters, and don’t forget to add a side of mac and cheese to your order. The outdoor tables along the sidewalk here are bright red, so you can’t miss this Southern spot on the corner of Tompkins Avenue & Hancock Street. Note: your meal will likely make it impossible for you to do anything else for the rest of your day - accept this fact as a part of its magic.

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