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Chick-a-Biddy Set To Open July 1

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Less than a year after they opened Bantam + Biddy in Ansley Mall, chefs Shaun Doty and Lance Gummere are set to open Chick-a-Biddy in Atlantic Station on July 1.

The duo’s second restaurant featuring regional, all-natural poultry will take over the space once occupied by The Grape. The Johnson Studio, the firm that designed Bantam + Biddy, is handling the build-out.

Executive Chef Scott Weaver worked with Doty and Gummere to create a lunch and dinner menu with a variety of entrées, starters, salads sandwiches and sides.

A “meat-and-two” option with two sides will let guests choose their portion size and preparation style, including a quarter or half chicken either wood-grilled with piri piri or homemade red pepper sauce or fried with hot Tabasco or mild sauce.

Beverages will range from fresh-pressed juices and smoothies, to beer, wine and signature cocktails.

Check the Chick-a-Biddy Facebook page here: www.facebook.com/pages/Chick-a-Biddy

— By Bob Townsend, for the Food and More blog.

8 comments Add your comment

Don Abernethy

June 7th, 2013
4:41 pm

Why don’t we have any Picadilly’s in Gwinnett County? Seniors have a hard time trying to find vegetables. Isn’t Lawrenceville and Snellville and Grayson big enough for one?

Dumpy The Dwarf

June 7th, 2013
5:06 pm

“Why don’t we have any Picadilly’s in Gwinnett County?”

Thank god you live OTP.

just me

June 7th, 2013
5:42 pm

4..3…2..1….

“Why don’t we have any Picadilly’s in Gwinnett County? Seniors have a hard time trying to find vegetables……..”

….aaaaaand, welcome to the south.

Kirk

June 8th, 2013
12:50 pm

Welcome to the twilight zone!

Edward

June 9th, 2013
10:13 am

It’s now official, this blog is dead. ಠ_ಠ

Patrick

June 10th, 2013
9:13 am

“Why don’t we have any Picadilly’s in Gwinnett County? Seniors have a hard time trying to find vegetables. Isn’t Lawrenceville and Snellville and Grayson big enough for one?”

I recall there being one in the Publix shopping center on Indian Trail in Lilburn, before it shut down. I went there once with a few coworkers years ago. That whole strip is pretty much a ghost town now with the Publix gone.

The seniors can go to Donnie’s on Beaver Ruin at Steve Reynolds. $5 or $6 for a veggie plate, bland as all-get-out, and overcooked? PERFECT.

Anton Chigurh

June 10th, 2013
11:37 am

Purveyors of poultry are my favorite restaurants.