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Upscale versions of Southern staples in a refurbished old building with a deck & patio.- Google
People talk about deviled eggs, potato salad, black eyed peas, collard greens and the bucket
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reviewed a month ago
Best. Damn. Chicken. In. Austin. Lucy's uses locally sourced farm raised chicken, encase it in a crispy, spicy, savory crust and deliver it hot and juicy to your table along with a full bar and a menu of all Texas beers. Add to that the honky tonk juke box, the $19 steak night on Tuesdays, and a wide assortment of other offerings like grilled and raw oysters, deep fried deviled eggs, and sweet tea pie and you are in Heaven. At least the Southern part of it.
reviewed 4 months ago
This place is very, very overrated. I went to the South Congress location for my birthday, and me and my party were sorely disappointed. The chicken was bland and actively underwhelming. The macaroni and cheese was dry. The sweet tea pie, however, was really delicious, but this place definitely should be skipped.
reviewed 3 months ago
Best fried chicken in Austin. They do it right every time. The fried deviled eggs are out of this world. Every side we have had has been really good. Go hang out on the back patio with a good bucket of beer and a bucket of chicken.
reviewed 2 weeks ago
I was not really impressed. The sides were tasty, but the fried chicken left something to be desired. There is a very informal atmosphere that is inviting and fun. That being said, I don't think sweat pants are ever okay for work attire.
reviewed 5 months ago
Overpriced, odd-tasting food. The fried chicken was good, but not worth the hefty price. You have to pay for the sides separately on top of the precious yardbird. Collard greens were too vinegary, cornbread too peppery (there was even pepper in the butter), pickles were too spicy as well. We decided the sweet potatoes were okay. The only thing reasonable was the tea.
reviewed 7 months ago
The food is good here, no complaints about that, but it's expensive for what it is (fried chicken and associated staples). The oysters were very good, but again, expensive for what they are. It's a trendy, happy place, though, so if you don't mind the pricing, enjoy!