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Cookie’s Country Chicken


1744 NW Market St, Seattle
Earn 3X Points

 This former pop-up now has a permanent home in Ballard, which means unlimited access to delicious fried drumsticks and tenders for a quick takeout lunch or casual dinner before brewery-hopping. The chicken comes in many forms—on the bone, as strips or popcorn-style bites, in a sandwich, or tossed in a poutine bowl with deeply rich, brown gravy and cheese curds that stretch to the heavens. And with a dredge that has a softer, more subtle crunch, it doesn't get in the way of what's important, which to be clear, is chicken. Gravitate towards bone-in pieces or sandwiches (we like the Barn Burner) for the juiciest success.

But really, everything here—be it the poultry in question or a sack of excellent beer-battered fries—is simply a vehicle to get jazzed up by the many homemade dipping sauces Cookie's serves. Varieties like habanero ranch, sunny sauce (think Thousand Island), honey mustard, and creamy chipotle sauce are tasty complements to some tasty chicken.

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