This is the slightly more casual offshoot of Peaches where you can get some fried chicken or some “crispy grits” (which are grits fried into to cubes). They also do some fried green tomatoes, and we consider them a need/must/should order. But if you’re only doing one thing, get the chicken and order it hot. This is a great place for a very casual meal in Bed-Stuy that will likely make you want to join a second gym.
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