Feeling like setting convention aside this Thanksgiving, and maybe letting the Parson’s Chicken & Fish staff carry the workload?
If so, we’re pleased to be offering a complete carryout Thanksgiving dining option, available for pickup, to be enjoyed in the comfort of your own home. Chef Moore has put together a delicious, robust holiday menu (though with a slightly smaller bird than tradition dictates…chicken in this case), one that can be purchased on its own, or accompanied by selections from principle bartender Charlie Schott.
The $50.00 menu includes:
1 Whole Fried Amish Chicken
2 House Made Buttermilk Biscuits
1 Pint of Tomato & Bacon Braised Green Beans
1 Pint of Caramelized Butternut Squash with Cranberry Vinaigrette
1 Quart of Mashed Potatoes with Gravy
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Come on, make your holidays happy!
We’re pleased to announce that Parson’s Chicken & Fish is now offering its popular carryout menu for delivery!
Now that carryout season has resumed, we’ve found it’s picked up where it left off last year, is as popular as ever, so has encouraged us to expand our options into delivery for the Humboldt Park, Logan Square, and surrounding areas.
And did you know you can carryout drinks as well? You can, and we’re going to extend this service to delivery as well! (Please note: ID is required at the point of delivery for alcoholic beverages!)
Our Eastern delivery boundary is Ashland, the Northern is Fullerton Avenue, southern Augusta and western is Kimball.
7 days a week / 10am – 3:30pm / Brunch / Don’t Sleep
Join us at Parson’s Chicken & Fish this Friday, October 31st, in celebrating All Hallows’ Eve.
We’ll be offering drink specials for those of you wearing costumes, and then will be building fires, playing scary movies (outside if weather permits, inside if not) and then Charlie Schott (aka Baby Holder) has put together a special playlist of spooky tunes.
And if you dare? Chef Hunter Moore will offer up Parson’s ‘Third Circle Wings’, the hottest wings he can conceivably make. Featuring a recipe that includes locally grown ghost chilies, habaneros, pain, confit garlic, butter and agony, these wings will be HOT.
(Warning: Parson’s Chicken & Fish is not responsible for any discomfort or torment caused by the heat of these wings.)
Our All Hallows’ Eve throwdown runs from seven pm to close, and we open at ten am daily.
open for BRUNCH every day at 10am……
photo: Clayton Hauck
We’re pleased to announce that on Wednesday, October 15th, Parson’s Chicken & Fish makes it’s now annual seasonal shift into the colder months with brunch, carryout, a bigger menu and longer hours.
Our beloved brunch service returns, though this year daily! Chef Hunter Moore will be offering brunch Monday through Friday from ten am (new!) to three-thirty pm daily. (Our regular dinner and lunch menu will be available also.) On the weekends, we’ll offer an expanded brunch menu, which will also run late (!), until three-thirty pm on both Saturday and Sunday.
And for the many customers that bemoaned the loss of carryout to patio season, we’re pleased to note that on Wednesday, October 15th it, too, returns. This year, we’re offering an expanded menu of drinks and food available for carryout, allowing guests the opportunity to recreate (at least a good portion of) the Parson’s experience in the comfort of their own homes. A cat, an El Camino, the ribald party vibe and frozen slushys, though, are up to you. We’ve got your domestic situation covered, otherwise!
Join us for the second annual ‘Goat Beards and Oath Beers’ patio party on Sunday, October 12th at Parson’s Chicken & Fish.
As with last year, chef Hunter Moore will be roasting a goat, Heritage Bicycles & Coffee will be manning a pop up, Solemn Oath will be pouring beer, and we’ll be offering all sorts of other activities – a ping pong tournament, DJ Dave Mata, pumpkin carving and more!
The party starts at one pm, and will run until seven pm.
Smoked hot link with BBQ sauce and fried onions .