Carla Hall of the Chew to Open New Restaurant

Carla Hall

Are you a foodie and love “The Chew?” Then you’re going to love to hear this because chef and television personality Carla Hall is bringing a contemporary twist on Southern fried chicken to Brooklyn, N.Y.!

Sound delicious already and I have my folk and knife in hand because her cooking on The Chew is to die for! Carla Hall is opening her debut eatery and get this, it’s called Carla Carla HallHall’s Southern Kitchen. The eatery’s “star dish” will be Nashville-style hot chicken served at six different levels of heat, ranging from “Hoot & Honey” on the milder side to “Boomshakalaka” for “hot chicken gurus,” according to the rep and the restaurant’s website. The restaurant will focus on the “hot chicken” of her Nashville, Tenn., hometown, which is marinated in pickle brine–not buttermilk. And wait it gets better for you foodies like myself, the “hot chicken” is rolled in seasoned flour, then pressure fried. Oh yeah did I mention that once it’s cooked, the chicken is doused with a chili?

Is your mouth-watering? Well if you live in the New York area then head on down to Carla Hall’s new eatery Carla Hall’s Southern Kitchen. Carla Hall’s Southern Kitchen to Open Carla HallMemorial Day with Limited Menu. The much-anticipated hot chicken restaurant from celebrity television chef Carla Hall will finally open on Memorial Day, her team said Wednesday. Now if you are familiar with the NYC area, Carla Hall’s Southern Kitchen, will be located at 115 Columbia St. at the corner of Kane Street. It will take over the former location of Andy Ricker’s Whiskey Soda Lounge NY.

Note, his Pok Pok NY restaurant is still across the street on Columbia at Kane Street. As for Carla’s new eatery, it will host a soft opening May 30 with a limited menu, says spokeswoman Denise Psyhogios. Carla Hall’s Southern Kitchen grand opening is set for June 17. If you live in New York, please check it out and let us know, because we know we will be getting our life on there when we are in NYC this summer.

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