If you like chicken sandwiches, several local restaurants serve some of the best in town. They come piled high with toppings and are best enjoyed with fries or crispy onion rings.
When you're ready for a chicken sandwich, head to one of these eateries near our Cambridge apartments:
When three local university graduates lost their jobs in 2008, they decided to achieve their dream of opening a restaurant. That's how Saus was born. The friends believe in the power of sauces and even make their own ketchup. For dinner, sample the southern crispy chicken sandwich. It comes topped with dill pickles, scallion slaw, and pimento-cheese mayo.
Founded by two James Beard Award-winning chefs, Little Donkey is a tapas restaurant and raw bar offering flavors from around the world. The dining room boasts a modern industrial setting. It features plenty of seating and a look into the open kitchen where you can watch the culinary team hard at work. Try the fried chicken sandwich. A popular offering, it comes covered with pickled jalapenos, avocado ranch, and papaya slaw.
A Harvard Square fixture, the Grafton Street Pub is named after Dublin's famous cobblestone street. It combines the warmth of an Irish pub with a contemporary full-service restaurant. On the menu, you'll find a spicy fried chicken sandwich. It's a customer favorite and features perfectly prepared chicken topped with jicama slaw and pickled green tomatoes. For added fun, visit during oyster happy hour (weekdays between 5:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m.), and enjoy some freshly shucked oysters as a delicious appetizer.
Before enjoying a chicken sandwich, explore the Public Garden in Boston. Finally, to call Luxe at Alewife home, please contact us. Our leasing team will schedule a tour where you can discover everything our apartments in Cambridge have to offer.
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