I'm anti chicken strips. I don't even have kids yet, but one rule I already have in place should they ever arrive is no chicken strips after five. You can imagine the skepticism I had one day while driving by a new place on 79th St. with chicken strips in its name. So why are they good?
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Housed within Nelson's wood paneled walls is one of the purest examples of a Midwestern fish fry that I've experienced in my adult life. If you find yourself in Three Oaks, MI, it's worthy of your dinner plans.
If you do one fish fry this lent, make the trek up Pulaski to McGill's. Along with enjoying a great plate of fish, you may also witness some over-served-fifty-somethings gyrating to "SexyBack." If that doesn't scream barroom fish fry, I don't know what does.
Points for the roasted red pepper remoulade and honey jalapeño slaw- the former is an inventive departure from the standard tartar sauce that doesn't collapse under the weight of its elevated-sounding name, while the latter adds a respectably spicy tang to each bite of the rich fish.
Armed with this guide, you'll be able to find fried fish that meets all your Lenten wants and needs in all corners of the city. But here's the thing: whether you're observing Lent or not, fried fish is delicious, and everyone could use to get more of it in their lives. This guide can help.
Micky's Chicken & Fish is one of those guilty pleasures where you go if you're hell-bent on making yourself unproductive for the next four hours. It's also handy if you forgot your chapstick at home, because that oil will keep your lips covered in the terribly rough climate of your cubicle.