Sisters and Brothers knows their sh*t when it comes to Nashville-style hot chicken. Sit at the table that doubles as a Ms. Pac Man machine, get some Southern-inspired side dishes (like the smoked gouda mac and cheese with bacon), and keep in mind that just like in Nashville, the spice levels here are slightly skewed. As in, the “mild” will absolutely clear out your sinuses.
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