Coop DeVille chicken sandwich. (photo courtesy of The Crack Shack)
With fried chicken sandwiches being all the rage, The Crack Shack is reminding foodies about their Coop DeVille chicken sandwich. The gourmet fried-chicken eatery created by founder Michael Rosen and “Top Chef” winner Richard Blais focuses on the duo’s shared passion for all things chicken and eggs. Using only humanely raised chickens, the restaurant launched a Change.org petition highlighting the fact that free-roaming chickens actually taste better than factory-farmed chickens. The Crack Shack doesn’t skimp on quality and is committed to maintaining ethical and high standards by sourcing locally raised, antibiotic-free Jidori chicken, as well as eggs and produce from local boutique farms. Chicken sandwiches include the “Coop Deville” made with fried chicken, pickled Fresno chilies, lime mayo and Napa cabbage on a brioche bun. The “Double Clucker” features two ground chicken patties, cheddar, bacon, smashed avocado, pickle, fried onions and burger sauce on a potato roll. The signature “Firebird” is a spicy fried chicken thigh with cool ranch, crispy onions and pickles on a potato roll. 10250 Santa Monica Blvd., (424)320-0046; 30 W. Green St., Pasadena; (424)901-0077.
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