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Pies 'n' Thighs
Today 9:00 am – 4:00 pm, 5:00 pm – 12:00 am
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166 S 4th St Brooklyn, NY 11211
166 South 4th StreetUSNew YorkBrooklyn11211
$$RestaurantToday 9:00 am – 4:00 pm, 5:00 pm – 12:00 am
Monday 9:00 am – 4:00 pm, 5:00 pm – 12:00 amTuesday 9:00 am – 4:00 pm, 5:00 pm – 12:00 amWednesday 9:00 am – 4:00 pm, 5:00 pm – 12:00 amThursday 9:00 am – 4:00 pm, 5:00 pm – 12:00 amFriday 9:00 am – 4:00 pm, 5:00 pm – 12:00 amSaturday 10:00 am – 4:00 pm, 5:00 pm – 12:00 amSunday 10:00 am – 4:00 pm, 5:00 pm – 12:00 am
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Fried chicken headlines a menu of Southern specialties, including signature pies for dessert.- Google
"The Mac n Cheese, the banana creme pie and the chicken biscuits are divine."
"Pies n Thighs is one of the best Southern food restaurants in the city."
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NYC's Best for Fried Chicken
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Matthew Hinton
a month ago
Great service and friendly staff. During my time in NYC I went here 3 times! I'm vegetarian and there were lots of options available. Green tomatoes and hush puppies are amazing. Grilled cheese is awesome if you like a classic. Compliments to the chef! Would definitely recommend to friends and family. If you like a relaxed atmosphere with good food and service then go here. One of my favourite places in NYC.
Alexa Bogado
2 months ago
Ordered online, they said 2 hours but i called seamless, and they said it will be there shortly. It did, within 35 mins. When the food came it was NOT hot. I had the chicken box, it's a leg, a portion of a breast and a thigh. The leg and piece of breast were dry, the thigh was moist. But honestly it wasn't that great, It was simple fried chicken. I guess some people have simple taste buds, or haven't had anything better. The honey butter is good, reminds me of churches honey butter, the biscuit, was just that, a simple biscuit. The mac and cheese was good after I nuked it (hate microwaves but im at work) The drink was good, Andrew Palmer. That's it, honestly nothing WOW! i really don't know why people think the chicken is good, i actually thought it needed more seasoning.
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4 months ago
Closed between 4pm and can't even sit there with your donut even if there are other customers. Sucks when you travelled on a messed up train and walked on an injured foot. Was really disappointing. I had waited so long to go here and dragged my family there with high expectations. This really was a sad trip and a waste of time.
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Rafe Goldberg
2 months ago
omg chicken. I love chicken. do you too love chicken? if you love the chicken then you will also love pies 'n' thighs restaurant. they will give you chicken.
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Jack Reynolds
2 months ago
Just awful! Ordered online, waited 2 hours for delivery, received confirmation food was on its way. Never showed, naturally i called to check the situation and was put on hold, more waiting, this time for close to 10 minutes only to be hung up on. Finally I get someone who tells me they never got the order, but they will refund me! Ok so you didn't get my order but you magically received my money? Avoid these idiots if you are hungry, there is plenty of choice in this neighborhood.
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Jerry Brown
3 months ago
Already been here twice. First visit wasn't too great and wasn't sure if it was just over-hyped. Since it was on the Food Network, I thought it would be worthy. While the fried chicken and waffles were good, it didn't really wow me. Second visit (just to make sure) - chose the chicken, 3 side combo. Ehhh, it still wasn't that great. Maybe I should have had the giant donut. Overall - having to wait outside for over 10 minutes, just for mediocre chicken was not worth it. Definitely other places more worthwhile.
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Tatiana Gomez
3 months ago
My Husband and I went to pie's and thighs because we seen them on the cooking channel. The show gave them great reviews on their chicken. So we went to see what all the rave was about. The place was packed wall to wall so we decided to order out. We waited a full 30 mins before they came out and told my husband that they lost the ticket for our order and that they would need another 5 mins. They through in a free drink and 10 dollars off for next time. We get home to have our meal and my daughter's mac and cheese is super spicy, my husbands chicken was over cooked and dry, my pulled pork had very little flavor and the bun was so soggy from the slaw. The only thing that was some what good were the greens and the drink. I'm convinced they lost our order and served us they way they did because we were the only African-American family among a bunch of hipsters. They tried to make up for the treatment by giving us the $10 off the next time but really after the type of disappointing food we received there will be no next time!!!!!
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Nathan Lee Bush
4 months ago
Food is really tasty.. How can you screw up deep fried chicken, biscuits and donuts? I guess it traffics in the guilty pleasure fantasy of "I'm young, I can eat whatever I want, right? I mean all these other attractive young people are!" Can't wait to see what my generation looks like 20 years down the road. It's ALWAYS busy, which makes it fun, and makes you think, "this must be good, right? Everybody's waiting for a table.." Service is nonexistent. There are usually about 8 under-20s standing around, avoiding your eyes while they shoot the shit. It's like 'The Boxcar Children Run a Restaurant.' There doesn't seem to be anyone actually running the show. After a recent experience, I decided I'd never come back, despite liking the food. My friend and I came in on a rainy night and since there were plenty of open tables, and no server seemed to want to make eye contact with us when we walked in, we took a free table by the window. What follows was one of the more surreal restaurant experiences of my life. The minutes dragged by, and we managed to make eye contact with some of the servers, who were not especially busy. They'd move around the space, going through doors, heading to the back, stopping to talk with one another for a while. The guy operating the cash register literally stood there the whole time joking and bantering. And yet, no one bothered to come to our table. My friend wanted to leave but I urged her to stay because I was kind of engaged by how absurd the whole scenario was, and hungry to boot. Suddenly I took a look around and realized what a joke this place was. I often joke that in Williamsburg we're living in a hipster theme park, with each shop repurposing a slice of authentic culture of another time for mass consumption. Under the blaring bright lights they've decided on for their "aesthetic," I realized this is the Rainforest Cafe of this kind of adolescent fantasy land that Williamsburg has become ('oh look, they use old public school chairs for seats and you can eat whatever stuff your mom told you not to and you've got a paper menu with cartoons..' I half expected boxes of crayons and mazes on the menu). All this is mixed with a generic "old stuff" Cracker Barrel decor. A few more minutes of this stunned waiting and I finally acquiesced to my friend's requests to move on to another place. As we left, the employees, I kid you not, watched us go without saying a thing.. without having said a thing to us since we walked in the door. Wow. We ended up having the nicest dinner around the corner at Rabbit Hole, where we were engaged by three incredibly charming employees who made sure we were completely satisfied.
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