Every State's Best Fried Chicken  

Little Donkey beat out Saw's and other great restaurants because it's unique. Inspired by Mexican cuisine, the chicken is steeped overnight in a three-chile brine, flavored with habanero vinegar

The Lucky Wishbone has buttermilk-battered and pan-fried fresh chicken since 1955. With midcentury lines and atomic signs, this roadside restaurant serves fries and a corn muffin with a two- to five-piece menu,

Mrs. White's menu is limited to fried chicken, chicken-fried steak, pork chops, oxtail, catfish, and sandwiches. Cobblers, pies, cakes, and sides are available, but this soul food establishment

Monte Ne Inn in the northwest portion of the state has served chicken for over 40 years in a dining room with mauve vinyl tablecloths and vintage farm implements. Everything is served family-style, and the only meal 

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fried chicken, so it must be amazing. The bread is fresh and the chicken is peppered. For under $20, it's an all-you-can-eat buffet.  

Howlin' Ray's husband-wife combo brought Nashville hot chicken to L.A. and have kept the bar high (and lines long) with a great sandwich. It has a big boneless breast with a tasty crus

Juniper Valley Ranch is a 1951-founded family business in a Southwestern-style farmhouse on a ranch. Chicken is fried in cast-iron skillets and served family-style with biscuits, apple butter, okra casserole, slaw, and potatoes and gravy. 

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